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Thomas Warsop (born 29 September 1778 in Nottingham; died 28 February 1845 in Nottingham) was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket for Nottingham Cricket Club from 1800 to 1803. He had three brothers Robert, William and Samuel who made their Nottingham debuts in 1789, 1789 and 1792 respectively.

Thomas Warsop made three known appearances in first-class matches. He was a right-handed batsman but better known as a right arm slow underarm bowler.[ citation needed ] He captained the Nottingham team, but only in minor matches, before Joseph Dennis took over.[ citation needed ]

Often afflicted with gout, Warsop was "consequencely [ sic ] rather a snail between the wickets". [1] He retired after the 1823 season. He died at his home in Pepper Street, Nottingham, at the age of sixty-five.

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  1. Notts County Cricket Club site.

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