|Full name||James Thomas Wardlaw Birchall|
|Born||23 November 1962|
|Domestic team information|
Source: Cricinfo, 1 May 2018
James Thomas Wardlaw Birchall (born 23 November 1962) is an Australian cricketer. He played three first-class matches for South Australia in 1986/87.
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