Timothy George Abell
|Born||29 April 1930|
Lahore, Punjab, British India
|Died||9 March 2009 78) (aged|
|Bowling||Right-arm off break|
Source: Cricinfo, 27 April 2014
Timothy George Abell (29 April 1930 – 9 March 2009) was an English cricketer and field hockey player.
The son of the cricketer George Abell, Abell was born at Lahore while his father worked as a civil servant in the British Raj. He was educated in England at Marlborough College, before undertaking studies at the University of Oxford. He played hockey for Oxford, winning a blue. He later played hockey for Middlesex and England.He made one appearance in first-class cricket for the Free Foresters in 1954 against Cambridge University at Fenner's.
His brother John Abell and great-uncle Ted Sale both played first-class cricket.
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