Tom Campbell (South African cricketer)

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Tom Campbell
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Campbell in 1912
Personal information
Full name
Thomas Campbell
International information
National side
Career statistics
Competition Tests First-class
Runs scored90365
Batting average 15.0012.16
Top score4848
Catches/stumpings 7/140/12
Source: Cricinfo

Thomas Campbell (9 February 1882 – 5 October 1924) was a South African cricketer who played in five Test matches from 1910 to 1912. He was born in Edinburgh, Scotland. [1]


Campbell died in Natal in 1924, as a result of a railway accident. [2]

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  1. "Tom Campbell". CricketArchive.
  2. "Obituaries in 1924". Wisden.