Thomas Stringer (cricketer)

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Thomas Stringer
Cricket information
Battingunknown
BowlingLeg-break
International information
National side
Career statistics
Competition First-class
Matches1
Runs scored0
Batting average 0.00
100s/50s0/0
Top score0*
Balls bowled138
Wickets 1
Bowling average 103.00
5 wickets in innings 0
10 wickets in match0
Best bowling1-103
Catches/stumpings 0/0
Source: Cricinfo

Thomas Stringer (born 22 February 1873; date of death missing) was an English first-class cricketer who played in one match for Worcestershire in 1909.

Born in Lepton, Huddersfield, Stringer played one match for the Yorkshire Second XI in 1902, taking four wickets against Surrey II, but it was only seven years later that he made his solitary first-class appearance, for Worcestershire against Lancashire at Amblecote. Worcestershire were crushed by an innings and 183 runs, and Stringer's only innings of bowling brought him figures of 1-103, his one and only victim in first-class cricket being future Test player Harry Makepeace. With the bat, Stringer made 0 and 0*.


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