Timothy Arthur Dent Bevington
|Born||22 August 1881|
Great Amwell, Hertfordshire, England
|Died||4 May 1966 84) (aged|
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
|Relations||John Bevington (brother)|
|Domestic team information|
|1913||Canada and United States of America|
|1901–1904||Marylebone Cricket Club|
Source:CricketArchive,14 October 2011
Timothy Arthur Dent Bevington (22 August 1881 –4 May 1966) was an English and Canadian cricketer. He was a left-handed batsman. He played 14 first-class matches between 1900 and 1913,mainly for Middlesex and the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC). He later settled in Canada and played his last first-class match for a combined Canada/USA team against Australia. He died in Vancouver in 1966,aged 84.
He was born in Amwell House,Hertfordshire.
He was educated at Harrow School.
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