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Essex 1920 at Colchester. Unknown, unknown, Reeves, HM Morris, unknown, JR Freeman, CAG Russell, Toone, unknown. Front, Dixon, HD Swan (chairman), Gillingham, Douglas, Perrin, McIver, Louden
Essex 1926 at Chelmsford v Somerset
Percy Toone batting. Right-arm fast bowler, right-hand batsman. Also a professional goalkeeper for Southend United, Preston North End and other clubs.
Jack (C.A.G.) Russell batting. With a career average of 41.57, he was among the finest of Essex batsmen
Frank Gillingham and C.A.G. (Jack) Russell go out to bat. By keeping a promise to play in Russell's benefit match, Gillingham became Essex's oldest player (52 years 287 days)
Jack (C.A.G.) Russell. Right-hand bat and slow-medium bowler. In 1923 he became the first England batsman to score two hundreds in one match, but never played another Test
Fred Scoulding, slow left-arm bowler
Peter Perrin played for Essex until he was 52.
George Louden, right-arm fast-medium bowler
Whiz (H.M.) Morris. Right-hand batsman, captain 1929-32
Whiz (H.M.) Morris batting. Captain 1929-32.
Joseph Dixon batting. Right-hand bat and fast-medium bowler
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