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Peter Perrin after scoring 343 not out against Derbyshire at Chesterfield. It remains the highest individual score by an Essex player, but Essex went on to lose by 9 wickets!
James Round, wicket-keeper batsman. Founder of the club, first captain and chairman.Conservative MP 1868-1906.
Paddy Phelan bowling. Right-arm off-break bowler, left-hand batsman.
Jack (C.A.G.) Russell batting. With a career average of 41.57, he was among the finest of Essex batsmen
Henry Pickett, right-arm fast-medium bowler
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)
Eddie Presland, all-rounder
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
Ken Preston fielding close to the wicket, where he held some fine catches
Graham Saville c1974, right-hand opening batsman
Ken Preston is seen here hitting out, although he was more renowned as a fast-medium bowler
Graham Saville - Unknown occasion
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