Thomas Collin (7 April 1911 – 26 August 2003) was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket for Warwickshire between 1933 and 1936.He was born in South Moor, County Durham and died in the city of Durham.
Collin was a left-handed middle-order batsman and a slow left-arm orthodox spin bowler, though in a county team that included the England Test bowler George Paine, also a slow left-arm spinner, and the leg-breaks and googlies of Eric Hollies, he was never more than an occasional bowler. He appeared first in eight matches in the 1933 season, and "showed real promise", according to Wisden Cricketers' Almanack's review of the season, though he did not reach 50 in any innings.He was again an irregular player in 1934, but at the start of the 1935 season he played a match-saving innings of 105 not out and shared a seventh wicket partnership of 199 with Tom Dollery, who also made his maiden century, in the game against Gloucestershire; the partnership remains in 2015 Warwickshire's highest for that wicket against Gloucestershire. He did not manage to build on this start to the season, however, although his fielding was exceptional: the South African Cyril Vincent dropped his bat and stood to applaud the catch Collin took to dismiss him at square leg in the touring team's game at Edgbaston. He was not successful in the 1936 season and at the end of the year he left the Warwickshire staff.
Collin returned to North East England in 1937 and for the next 39 years he was the cricket coach at Durham School.He played a few Minor Counties matches for Durham between 1938 and 1946.
Charles Warrington Leonard Parker was an English cricketer, who stands as the third highest wicket taker in the history of first-class cricket, behind Wilfred Rhodes and Tich Freeman.
Richard Pollard was an English cricketer born in Westhoughton, Lancashire, who played in four Test matches between 1946 and 1948. A fast-medium right-arm bowler and a lower-order right-handed batsman who made useful runs on occasion, he played for Lancashire between 1933 and 1950, taking 1,122 wickets in 298 first-class matches; he is 10th highest wicket-taker for Lancashire.
Emmanuel Alfred Martindale was a West Indian cricketer who played in ten Test matches from 1933 to 1939. He was a right-arm fast bowler with a long run up; although not tall for a bowler of his type he bowled at a fast pace. With Learie Constantine, Martindale was one of the earliest in the long succession of Test-playing West Indian fast bowlers. During the time he played, the West Indies bowling attack depended largely on his success. Critics believe that his record and performances stand comparison with bowlers of greater reputation and longer careers.
Edmund Fallowfield Longrigg, usually known as Bunty Longrigg, played cricket for Somerset and Cambridge University. He was captain of Somerset from 1938 to 1946 and later prominent in the county club administration. He was born at Batheaston, Somerset and died at Bath, Somerset.
Geoffrey Michael Bennett played first-class cricket for Somerset between 1928 and 1939.
Cecil Charles Cole Case, known as Box Case, played first-class cricket for Somerset as an amateur batsman between 1925 and 1935. He was born at Frome, Somerset and died at Keyford, which is part of Frome.
Laurence Cyril Hawkins played first-class cricket for Somerset in 46 matches between 1928 and 1937. He was born in Solihull, Warwickshire, and died at Padstow, Cornwall.
Lionel Montague Cranfield played first-class cricket for Gloucestershire between 1934 and 1951. He was born in Bristol and died at Stockport, Greater Manchester.
Haydon Arthur Smith was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket for Leicestershire from 1925 to 1939. He was born and died at Groby, Leicestershire. He was the uncle of later Leicestershire cricketer Terry Spencer.
Albert Wright is a former English cricketer who played first-class and List A cricket for Warwickshire between 1960 and 1964. He was a right-handed tail-end batsman and a right-arm medium-pace bowler. He was born at Arley in Warwickshire.
Roland George Thompson, generally known as "Roly Thompson", was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket for Warwickshire between 1949 and 1962. He was a right-handed tail-end batsman and a right-arm fast-medium bowler. He was born at Binley, Coventry and died at Coventry.
Raymond George Carter was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket for Warwickshire between 1951 and 1961. He was born in Small Heath, Birmingham, but no place of death is recorded on the main cricket websites.
John Buckingham was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket for Warwickshire between 1933 and 1939. He was born at Grimethorpe, Yorkshire and died at Moseley, Birmingham.
Edward Brown was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket in 28 matches for Warwickshire between 1932 and 1934. He was born in Newcastle upon Tyne and died at Castle Bromwich, Birmingham.
Frederick Dickens was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket in 29 matches for Warwickshire between 1898 and 1903. He was born in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire and died at Warwick.
Roland "Ronnie" Miller was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket in 133 matches for Warwickshire between 1961 and 1968. He was born in Philadelphia, then in County Durham, now Tyne and Wear, and died at Nuneaton in Warwickshire.
Fred Moorhouse was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket in 117 matches for Warwickshire between 1900 and 1908. He was born at Berry Brow, Huddersfield, Yorkshire and died at Dudley, then in Worcestershire, now in West Midlands.
Wilfred Sanders was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket between 1928 and 1934 for Warwickshire. He was born in Chilvers Coton, Warwickshire, and died in Nuneaton, also in Warwickshire.
Albert Wassell was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket in seven matches for Warwickshire in 1923. He was born in Aston and died in Erdington, both in Birmingham.
Stephen James Whitehead was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket for Warwickshire between 1894 and 1900 and for Liverpool and District in 1891 and 1892. He was born in Enfield Highway, Middlesex and died at Small Heath, Birmingham.