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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.
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
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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