Thomas Roland Crosskey (4 July 1905 – 25 March 1971) was a Scottish cricketer and footballer. Though born in Hastings, Sussex, he played club cricket for Carlton, Edinburgh, Blyth, Ashington and Morpeth, as well as four first class matches for Scotland between 1949 and 1950. In football, he featured as a goalkeeper for Crystal Palace, Albion Rovers, Heart of Midlothian, Cowdenbeath, Raith Rovers, Morton and Montrose.In cricket, he was a right-hand batsman who made a best of 81 in his first-class career, but in a non-first class match against the Australian 1948 Invincibles he top-scored with 49 for Scotland. He died in Totnes, Devon.
Denis Charles Scott Compton was an English multi-sportsman. As a cricketer he played in 78 Test matches and spent his whole cricket career with Middlesex. As a footballer, he played as a winger and spent most of his career at Arsenal.
George Giffen was a cricketer who played for South Australia and Australia. An all-rounder who batted in the middle order and often opened the bowling with medium-paced off-spin, Giffen captained Australia during the 1894–95 Ashes series and was the first Australian to score 10,000 runs and take 500 wickets in first-class cricket. He was inducted into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame on 26 February 2008.
Thomas Underwood Groube was an Australian cricketer who played in one Test in 1880. He was the first New Zealand-born Test cricketer.
Curtis Alexander Reid was an Australian cricketer and umpire who umpired the historic first Test match in Melbourne in 1877.
Cricketers from Wales are currently represented by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and compete for the England cricket team. There have been some historical instances of a separate Welsh team in the 1920–30s, in the 1979 ICC Trophy, and in the British Isles Championship between 1993 and 2001, however Wales is not a separate member of the International Cricket Council (ICC).
Harold Thomas William Hardinge, known as Wally Hardinge, was an English professional sportsman who played both cricket and association football for England. His professional cricket career lasted from 1902 to 1933 during which he played first-class cricket for Kent County Cricket Club and made one Test match appearance for England. He was described as being "for years ... one of the leading opening batsmen in England".
Cuthbert James "Pinky" Burnup was an English amateur sportsman who played cricket and football around the turn of the 20th century. Burnup played once for the England football team but is more renowned for playing over 200 first-class cricket matches, mainly for Kent County Cricket Club. He was named as one of Wisden's Cricketers of the Year in 1903.
Desmond Hugh Fothergill was an Australian rules footballer who played for Collingwood Football Club in the Victorian Football League (VFL) and for Williamstown Football Club in the Victorian Football Association (VFA). He was also a noted cricketer, representing Victoria in the Sheffield Shield.
William Raymond Hunter was a Northern Irish cricketer and rugby union player. He played for Ireland in both sports. In cricket he won 28 international caps and played in 11 first-class matches. In rugby he played ten times for Ireland in the Five Nations, scoring one try. He also played for the British and Irish Lions.
Louis Collins Jacobson was an Irish cricketer. A right-handed batsman from Dublin, he played twelve times for the Ireland cricket team between 1947 and 1959 including four first-class matches.
Frederick Albert Baring was an Australian rules footballer who played with Essendon in the Victorian Football League (VFL) during the early 1900s. In 1997 he was named at fullback in Essendon's official Team of the Century. He also played first-class cricket for Victoria.
Neville Neville was a British league cricketer, football agent and director. His sons are the former professional association football players Gary Neville and Phil Neville and his daughter is the professional netball player and coach Tracey Neville.
Harold Arthur Edward Shillinglaw was an Australian rules footballer who played for Fitzroy in the Victorian Football League (VFL).
Rev. George Barkley Raikes was an English sportsman who played first-class cricket for Oxford University and Hampshire as well as representing the England national football team.
Lewis Vaughan Lodge was an English footballer who represented the England national football team. He also played first-class cricket with Hampshire.
James Bogne "J. B." Thompson was one of the creators of the original laws of Australian rules football, one of the founders and the inaugural secretary of the Melbourne Football Club, a cricketer for Victoria and the Melbourne Cricket Club (MCC), and a journalist for Melbourne newspaper, The Argus.
James McGill Souness was a Scottish footballer and cricketer. Souness played for both of the Edinburgh derby rivals, Hibs and Hearts. An outside right, Souness was unable to break into the Hibs team ahead of Scotland international Gordon Smith. He moved to Hearts in 1953 and helped the club win the 1954–55 Scottish League Cup. Souness retired from playing football soon afterwards, when he became a qualified actuary.
Thomas Benjamin Abell is an English first-class cricketer who plays for Somerset County Cricket Club.