|Full name||Thomas Charles Jones|
|Born||1 April 1901|
Pontypool, Monmouthshire, Wales
|Died||19 July 1935 34) (aged|
Westminster, London, England
|Domestic team information|
Source:Cricinfo,28 June 2010
Lt. Thomas Charles Jones (1 April 1901 –19 July 1935) was a Welsh cricketer. Jones was a left-handed batsman. He was born at Pontypool,Monmouthshire.
Jones made his first-class status debut for Glamorgan in 1925 against Somerset. He played one further first-class match during that season against Gloucestershire. His final first-class match for Glamorgan came against Warwickshire in 1928.In his brief first-class career,he scored 36 runs at a batting average of 6.00 and a high score of 21.
Outside of cricket,Jones was a lieutenant in the British Army,which limited his appearances in first-class cricket.Jones died at Westminster,London on 19 July 1935.
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