Famous Cricketers in History (Part 3)

Events in Sport


Birthdays in Sport

Birthdays 201 - 300 of 1,895

  • 1888-04-03 Neville Cardus, English writer and cricketer, born in Rusholme, Manchester, England (d. 1975)
  • 1888-06-28 George Challenor, West Indian cricketer (pioneering West Indian batsman), born in St. Michael, Barbados (d. 1947)
  • 1888-07-24 Arthur Richardson, Australian cricket batsman (20's), born in Sevenhill, Clare, Australia (d. 1973)
  • 1889-01-21 Bert Collins, cricketer (Aussie batsman in the post WW I years)
  • 1889-01-31 F R Foster, cricketer (330 runs & 45 wickets for England)
  • 1889-02-05 Elias Henry "Patsy" Hendren, cricketer (prolific England bat of 20's)
  • 1889-02-05 Ernest Tyldesley, English cricketer (1st Lancastrian to score a hundred 100's), born in Worsley, Lancashire, England (d. 1962)
  • 1889-02-05 E H (Patsy) Hendren, English cricket batsman (51 Tests; 57,611 1st-class runs, 3rd-best ever), born in Turnham Green, Middlesex (d. 1962)
  • 1889-04-25 Charles Kelleway, Australian cricketer (great all-rounder of 1920's), born in Lismore, New South Wales (d. 1944)
  • 1889-05-01 John Evans, English cricket batsman (1 Test) and author ('The Escaping Club'), born in Newtown, Hampshire (d. 1960)
  • 1889-05-05 Herbie Taylor, South African cricket batsman and captain (42 Tests; 2,936 runs @ 40.77; 7 x 100s), born in Durban, South Africa (d. 1973)
  • 1889-08-08 Jack Ryder, Australian cricket all-rounder (20 Tests, 1,394 runs @ 51.62), born in Collingwood, Victoria (d. 1977)
  • 1889-11-07 Lionel Tennyson, 3rd Baron Tennyson and cricketer (England batsman & captain), born in Westminster, London (d. 1951)
  • 1890-06-30 Horace Chapman, South African cricket all-rounder (2 Tests), born in Durban, Natal (d. 1941)
  • 1890-07-06 Andy Sandham, English cricket batsman (14 Tests; 1st triple centurion 325 v WI 1930), born in London, England (d. 1982)
  • 1890-08-26 Tommy Andrews, cricketer (NSW & Aussie player of the 1920's)
  • 1890-10-08 Snuffy Browne [Cyril Rutherford Browne], cricketer (pioneer WI Test player), born in St. Michael, Barbados (d. 1973)
  • 1890-10-17 Roy Kilner, English cricketer (d. 1928)
  • 1891-01-06 Ted McDonald, Australian cricketer (great Australian quick of 20's), born in Launceston, Australia (d. 1937)
  • 1891-02-12 Cecil Dixon, South African cricket off-spinner (1 Test for South Africa, 3-118, pair), born in Potchefstroom, Transvaal (d. 1969)
  • 1891-02-19 J C "Farmer" White, cricketer (Somerset slow lefty 1909-37)
  • 1891-07-28 Ron Oxenham, Australian cricketer (Australian all-rounder 1928-32), born in Nundah, Queensland (d. 1939)
  • 1891-11-05 Herb McGirr, New Zealand cricketer (played in NZ's 1st Test series), born in Wellington, New Zealand (d. 1964)
  • 1891-12-25 Clarrie Grimmett, Australian cricket spin bowler (37 Tests; 216 wickets @ 24.21; ICC Cricket Hall of Fame), born in Dunedin, New Zealand (d. 1980)
  • 1892-07-22 John MacBryan, cricketer (one Test Eng v South Africa 1924 DNBat, DNbowl)
  • 1892-07-30 Roy Park, Australian cricketer (one Test Aust v Eng 1920, out 1st ball), born in Charlton, Victoria (d. 1947)
  • 1892-08-11 Archie Wiles, West Indian cricketer (d. 1957)
  • 1892-08-22 Percy Fender, English cricketer (legendary Surrey & England all-rounder), born in Balham, London (d. 1985)
  • 1893-05-21 Arthur Carr, cricket captain (England v Australia 1926)
  • 1893-07-06 Wilton St Hill, West Indian cricketer (3 Tests 1928-30), born in Port of Spain, Trinidad (d. 1957)
  • 1893-07-09 George Geary, English cricketer (sturdy pace bowler for England 1924-34), born in Barwell, Leicestershire, England (d. 1981)
  • 1893-07-11 Jack Durston, cricketer (England fast bowler against Australia 1921)
  • 1893-12-01 Herman Griffith, West Indian cricket fast bowler (13 Tests; 44 wickets; best 6-103), born in Arima, Trinidad and Tobago (d. 1980)
  • 1893-12-31 Jimmy Blanckenberg, South African cricketer (60 wkts in 18 Tests for South Africa), born in Cape Town, South Africa (d. 1955)
  • 1894-09-09 Bert Oldfield, Australian cricketer (d. 1976)
  • 1894-11-24 Herbert Sutcliffe, cricketer (all-time great opening batsman for Engl)
  • 1894-12-23 Arthur Gilligan, English cricketer (England captain in 1920's)
  • 1895-02-03 Izak Buys, cricketer (one Test for South Africa 1922, 0 & 4*, 0-52)
  • 1895-04-04 Charlie Hallows, English cricket batsman (Lancs played for England 1921-28), born in Little Lever, Lancashire (d. 1972)
  • 1895-05-24 Hunter "Stork" Hendry, Australian cricketer (Australian all-rounder post-WWI), born in Sydney, Australia (d. 1988)
  • 1895-05-30 Maurice Tate, cricketer (great England pace bowler of 20's)
  • 1895-07-04 Waldemar Marx, cricketer (S Af, 240 on FC debut (then world record))
  • 1895-08-02 Matthew Henderson, New Zealand cricket fast bowler (1 Test; New Zealand's first-ever Test match 1930), born in Auckland, New Zealand (d. 1970)
  • 1895-08-09 Ted Badcock, New Zealand cricketer (swing bowler in NZ's 1st Test matches), born in Abbottabad, India (d. 1982)
  • 1895-08-10 Hammy Love, Former Australian cricketer (d. 1969)
  • 1895-08-14 Jack Gregory, Australian cricketer (Australian all-rounder of post-WWI years), born in North Sydney, New South Wales (d. 1973)
  • 1895-10-10 Johnny Taylor, Australian cricket batsman (20 Tests; 1 x 100, 8 x 50) and rugby union fly-half (2 caps), born in Sydney, Australia (d. 1971)
  • 1895-10-31 C. K. Nayudu, Indian cricketer (7 Tests for India in 30's), born in Nagpur, Maharashtra (d. 1967)
  • 1896-01-23 Alf Hall, South African cricket fast bowler (7 Tests, 40 wickets), born in Bolton, Lancashire, England (d. 1964)
  • 1896-01-29 Teddy Hoad, West Indies cricket batsman, captain (4 Tests), born in Richmond, Saint Michael, Barbados (d. 1986)
  • 1896-06-18 Cota Ramaswami, cricketer (Davis Cup for India 1922, Test 1936)
  • 1896-06-29 Alfred [Harold] Gilligan, English cricketer (English Captain 1929-30), born in Shamley Green, England (d. 1978)
  • 1896-10-07 Cyril Allcott, cricketer (NZ all-rounder in their early Tests)
  • 1897-05-10 Dalton Parry Conyngham, cricketer (one Test South Africa v England 1923)
  • 1897-05-25 Alan Kippax, Australian cricketer (22 Tests for Australia 1924-34, brilliant batsman), born in Paddington, New South Wales, Australia (d. 1972)
  • 1897-06-20 Cyril Francois, South African cricket all-rounder (5 Tests, 252 runs, 6 wickets), born in Lewisham, England (d. 1944)
  • 1897-08-22 Bill Woodfull, Australian cricketer (Australian captain in the Bodyline series), born in Maldon, Australia (d. 1965)
  • 1897-12-16 Jacobus Petrus Duminy, cricketer (three Tests for South Africa 1927-29)
  • 1898-02-17 Tom Lowry, cricketer (NZ batsman in seven Tests & their 1st Test capt)
  • 1898-03-06 Hal Hooker, cricketer (NSW pace bowler of 20's & 30's)
  • 1898-08-25 Arthur Wood, English cricket wicketkeeper (4 Tests, 11 dismissals), born in Bradford, England (d. 1973)
  • 1899-04-04 William Brann, South African cricketer (South African batsman v England 1922-23), born in Port Elizabeth, Cape Province (d. 1953)
  • 1899-08-12 Ben Sealey, West Indian cricketer (d. 1963)
  • 1899-10-11 Arthur Ochse, South African cricketer (no relation to A E South African fast bowler), born in Graaff-Reinet, Cape Province (d. 1949)
  • 1900-07-10 Bob Catterall, South African cricket batsman (24 Tests, 3 x 100s), born in Port Elizabeth, South Africa (d. 1961)
  • 1900-07-20 Maurice Leyland, English cricket batsman (41 Tests, 2764 runs @ 46.06; Yorkshire 1920-46, 1,000+ runs in 17 consecutive seasons), born in Harrogate, England (d. 1967)
  • 1900-08-01 Otto Nothling, Australian rugby union player and cricketer (Test for Australia 1928, 52 runs aver 26), born in Witta, Queensland, Australia (d. 1965)
  • 1900-10-01 Tom Goddard, English cricket off-spin bowler (8 Tests; 22 wickets @ 26.72; Gloucestershire), born in Gloucester, Gloucestershire (d. 1966)
  • 1900-10-06 Stan Nichols, English cricketer (d. 1961)
  • 1900-10-14 Eddie McLeod, New Zealand cricketer (played in NZ's 2nd-ever Test 1930), born in Auckland, New Zealand (d. 1989)
  • 1900-10-19 Bill Ponsford, Australian cricket batsman cricketer (29 Tests @ 48 22, 7 x 100s; 1st-class 13,819 runs @ 65.18; Victoria), born in Melbourne, Australia (d. 1991)
  • 1900-10-23 Douglas Jardine, cricketer (England's Bodyline captain)
  • 1900-11-03 Roger Blunt MBE, New Zealand cricket all-rounder and broadcaster (9 Tests; BBC), born in Durham, England (d. 1966)
  • 1900-12-25 W L "Tich" Cornford, cricketer (Sussex keeper played for England 1930)
  • 1901-05-02 Bob Wyatt, English cricketer (1927-37), born in Surrey (d. 1995)
  • 1901-05-09 George Duckworth, English cricket wicket-keeper (24 Tests, 60 dismissals), born in Warrington, Lancashire, England (d. 1966)
  • 1901-08-04 Clarence Passailaigue, Jamaican cricketer (487 for 6th wkt for Jamaica), born in Kingston, Jamaica (d. 1972)
  • 1901-09-21 Lord Learie Constantine, West Indian cricket all-rounder (UKs first black peer), born in Diego Martin, Trinidad (d. 1971)
  • 1901-11-05 Eddie Paynter, English cricketer (England batting hero in Bodyline series), born in Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire, England (d. 1979)
  • 1902-01-01 Buster Nupen, South African cricket all-rounder (17 Tests, 50 wickets; one eye only), born near Alesund, Norway (d. 1977)
  • 1902-04-08 Arthur Wellard, cricketer (big hitting Somerset & England batsman)
  • 1902-05-08 Milford "Curly" Page, cricketer (NZ bat early 1930's, All Black half)
  • 1902-06-17 Alec Hurwood, Australian cricketer (Australian off-spinner v WI 1930-31), born in Kangaroo Point, Queensland, Australia (d. 1982)
  • 1902-07-28 Vibart Wight, West Indian cricket batsman (2 Tests; v/c WI first touring team v England 1928), born in Georgetown, British Guiana (d. 1969)
  • 1902-07-31 Sir G O "Gubby" Allen, English cricket all-rounder (25 Tests; refused to bowl 'Bodyline' tactics 1932), born in Sydney, Australia (d. 1989)
  • 1902-09-04 Thomas "Tommy" Mitchell, English cricketer (5 tests for England), born in Cresswell, Derbyshire, England (d. 1996)
  • 1902-10-14 Shunter Coen, South African cricketer (South African batsman in two Tests 1927-28), born in Heilbron, Orange Free State (d. 1967)
  • 1902-10-26 Hugh Chilvers, Australian cricketer (great leggie of 30's for NSW but not Aust), born in Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire, England (d. 1994)
  • 1902-11-03 Charles Jones, West Indian cricket batsman (4 Tests), born in Georgetown, British Guiana (d. 1959)
  • 1902-12-07 Janardan Navle, Indian cricketer (India's 1st Test wicket-keeper), born in Fulgaon, Maharashtra, India (d. 1979)
  • 1903-02-06 John Dunning, New Zealand cricketer (NZ medium-fast bowler of 30's), born in Omaha, New Zealand (d. 1971)
  • 1903-03-11 George Dickinson, cricketer (bowled for NZ in their 1st 3 Tests)
  • 1903-05-13 Jim Sims, English cricket spin bowler (4 Tests, 11 wickets; Middlesex), born in Leyton, England (d. 1973)
  • 1903-06-19 Wally Hammond, England cricket batsman (7,249 Test runs @ 58.45), born in Dover, England (d.1965)
  • 1903-11-09 Edward van der Merwe, South African cricket wicket-keeper (2 Tests in 30's), born in Rustenburg, Transvaal (d. 1971)
  • 1903-11-15 Stewie Dempster, cricketer (1st great NZ Test batsman)
  • 1904-02-16 Ellis Achong, cricketer (West Indian SLA, 8 wickets in 6 Tests)
  • 1904-03-12 Ken James, cricket wicket-keeper (NZ's 1st Test, later Northants)
  • 1904-04-14 Lionel Birkett, West Indian cricketer (WI vice-capt on Australian tour 1930-31), born in Saint Michael, Barbados (d. 1998)
  • 1904-04-17 Naoomal Jeoomal, Indian cricketer (pioneer Indian Test opening batsman), born in Karachi, British India (d. 1980)

Weddings in Sport


Deaths in Sport

Deaths 201 - 300 of 1,011

  • 1936-02-16 Tommy Ward, South African cricket wicket-keeper (23 Tests), electrocuted at 48
  • 1936-03-20 Durant Clifford Parkin, cricketer (Tests for South Africa 1891-92), dies
  • 1936-06-19 John Sharpe, cricketer (1-eyed fast bowler for England 1891-92), dies
  • 1936-10-01 Oscar Da Costa, West Indian cricket all-rounder (5 Tests), dies at 29
  • 1936-10-02 George Simpson-Hayward, English cricket spin bowler (5 Tests, 23 wickets @ 18.26; last great underarm bowler), dies at 61
  • 1936-10-12 Bernard Bosanquet, English cricketer (1st great googly bowler, England), dies at 58
  • 1936-10-30 Teddy Wynyard, cricketer (three Tests for England 1896-1906), dies
  • 1936-12-10 Bobby Abel, English cricketer (744 runs in 13 Tests for Eng 1888-1902), dies at 79
  • 1937-01-13 Walter Brearley, cricketer (17 wkts in 4 Tests for Eng 1905-12), dies
  • 1937-02-20 "Barlow" Carkeek, Aust cricket wicket-keeper (1912 series), dies
  • 1937-02-23 Claude Buckenham, cricketer (21 wkts in 4 Tests for Eng 1909-10), dies
  • 1937-03-26 Albert Relf, English cricketer (13 Tests for England 1903-14), commits suicide at 52
  • 1937-07-22 Ted McDonald, cricketer (43 wickets for Australia), dies in car crash
  • 1937-11-17 Jack Worrall, Australian cricketer (Australian batsman 1885-99, 11 Tests), dies at 76
  • 1937-12-18 Stanford Schultz, English cricketer (one Test England v Australia 1879), dies at 80
  • 1938-01-28 John Sharp, cricketer (England bat 1909, also soccer intl), dies
  • 1938-03-15 Edmund Tylecote, cricketer (England keeper in 6 Tests 1882-86), dies
  • 1938-04-08 Harold Baumgartner, cricketer (took 2-99 lefty in test for S Af), dies
  • 1938-05-10 Percy McAlister, cricketer (8 Tests, punches Clem Hill in 1912), dies
  • 1938-06-17 H V "Ranji" Hordern, cricketer (7 Tests for Australia 1910-12, dies
  • 1938-06-24 "Digger" Robertson, cricketer (Test for Australia 1885), dies
  • 1938-07-05 John McIlwraith, cricketer (Tests for Australia), dies
  • 1938-07-14 Robert Poore, cricket batsman (3 Tests for South Africa in 1895-96 series), dies at 72
  • 1938-08-14 Hugh Trumble, Australian cricket spin bowler and captain (32 Tests, 141 wickets; 2 x Test hat-tricks), dies of a heart attack at 71
  • 1938-08-14 Jim Kelly, Australian cricketer (36 Tests for Aust 1896-1905, stumped 20), dies at 71
  • 1938-10-10 Lord Hawke [Martin Bladen Hawke], English cricketer (England batsman 1890's), dies at 78
  • 1938-10-12 Hugh Massie, Australian cricketer (9 Tests for Australia 1881-85, capt), dies at 84
  • 1938-11-15 George Glover, cricketer (Test for South Africa 1895-96), dies
  • 1938-12-07 Harry Moses, cricketer (6 Tests for Australia 1887-95), dies
  • 1939-01-06 Albert Ward, cricketer (England batsman in 7 Tests 1893-95), dies
  • 1939-04-05 William Cooper, cricketer (two Tests for Australia 1882-84), dies
  • 1939-06-13 Arthur Coningham, cricketer (one Test for Australia 1894), dies
  • 1939-07-19 Tom Hayward, English cricketer (35 Tests for England, 1999 runs), dies at 68
  • 1939-08-16 Ron Oxenham, cricketer (7 Tests for Australia, 14 wickets), dies
  • 1939-08-24 W H Moule, cricketer (Australia v England 1880)/High Court judge, dies
  • 1939-10-21 Nummy Deane, cricketer (628 runs in 17 Tests for South Africa), dies
  • 1939-12-15 Tom McKibbin, Australian cricketer (5 Tests for Aust 1895-1898, 17 wkts), dies at 69
  • 1940-02-07 Francis Ford, cricketer (5 Tests for England v Australia 1894-95), dies
  • 1940-03-15 Alfred Marr, cricketer (Test for Australia 1885, scored 0 & 5), dies
  • 1940-05-20 Amar Singh, Indian cricket all-rounder (7 Tests, 28 wickets; India's first half-century in Test cricket), dies of pneumonia at 29
  • 1940-06-22 M A Noble, cricketer (giant of NSW/Australian cricket), dies
  • 1940-07-03 George Shepstone, cricketer (2 Tests for South Africa 1896-99), dies
  • 1940-07-14 Bill Howell, cricketer (18 Tests for Aust 1898-1905), dies
  • 1940-11-21 Geoffrey Legge, cricketer (WWII 196 Eng v NZ Auckland 1930), dies
  • 1940-12-06 Charlie Hime, cricketer (one Test for South Africa 1895), dies
  • 1940-12-13 George Macaulay, cricketer (took 24 wkts in 8 Tests, Eng 22-33), dies
  • 1941-02-19 Alexander Josiah Webbe, English cricket wicket-keeper (v Aus 1879), dies
  • 1941-04-22 Arthur Briscoe, South African cricketer (South African batsman in 2 Tests), dies
  • 1941-08-12 Bobby Peel, cricketer (took 102 wickets for England), dies
  • 1941-08-23 Jack O'Connor, cricketer (four Tests for Aust 1908-09, 13 wkts), dies
  • 1941-10-20 Ken Farnes (WWII) 15 Tests for England, cricketer (60 wickets), dies
  • 1941-12-01 Horace Chapman, South African cricket all-rounder (2 Tests), dies at 51
  • 1942-01-12 George Francis, cricketer (WI Test fast-bowler, 23 wkts in 10), dies
  • 1942-06-10 Ross Gregory, cricketer (Australian batsman 1937), dies
  • 1942-07-15 Denis Moloney, cricketer (during WW II 3 Tests for NZ 1937), dies
  • 1942-07-23 Andrew Ducat, cricketer (England 1921), dies whilst batting at 56
  • 1942-09-15 Joe Travers, cricketer (Australian SLA, in only Test innings), dies
  • 1942-10-24 Arthur Dolphin, cricketer (1 Test England 1921, 1 run, 1 catch), dies
  • 1942-10-25 Ted Arnold, English cricketer (England all-rounder in 10 Tests 1903-05), dies at 65
  • 1942-11-27 Arthur Langton, South African cricket medium pace bowler (15 Tests, 40 wickets), dies in a military air crash at 30
  • 1943-03-03 George Thomson, cricketer (all-rounder-6 Tests for Eng 1909-10), dies
  • 1943-06-15 Cecil Parkin, cricketer (32 wkts in 10 Tests for Eng 1920-24), dies
  • 1943-07-27 Godfrey Cripps, cricketer (1st Currie Cup-winning captain), dies
  • 1943-07-27 H B G Austin, cricketer (capt of 1923 WI team to England), dies
  • 1943-07-31 Hedley Verity, English cricket spin bowler (40 Tests, 144 wickets @ 24.37), dies in POW camp in Italy at 38
  • 1943-08-06 Tom Garrett, cricketer (last survivor of 1st Test in 1877), dies
  • 1943-09-17 Dick Tyldesley, English cricketer (7 Tests for England), dies
  • 1943-09-28 Charles Vintcent, cricketer (played in South Africa's 1st 3 tests), dies
  • 1943-10-14 Jackie Matthews, cricketer (8 Tests 1911-12, 16 wickets), dies
  • 1943-11-23 Ernest Jones, cricketer ("Jonah" Gave WG's beard a close shave), dies
  • 1944-01-01 Charles Turner, Australian cricket fast bowler (17 Tests; 101 wickets @ 16.53; fastest to 50 Test wickets), dies at 81
  • 1944-02-08 Clem Wilson, cricketer (bro of Rockley, 2 Tests for England 1896), dies
  • 1944-04-17 Jack Hearne, English cricket spin bowler (12 Tests, 49 wickets; England's first hat-trick vs Australia 1899), dies at 76
  • 1944-05-26 Cyril Francois, South African cricket all-rounder (5 Tests, 252 runs, 6 wickets), dies in a motor accident at 46
  • 1944-06-13 Christopher Heseltine, cricketer (2 Tests for England 1895-96), dies
  • 1944-06-19 Bill Bradley, cricketer (bowled for England in two Tests 1899), dies
  • 1944-06-26 Billy Newham, cricketer (England Test 1887), dies
  • 1944-08-05 Maurice Turnbull, Welsh cricketer (England) rugby player (Wales), dies fighting in WWII at 38
  • 1944-08-17 John Trumble, Australian cricket all-rounder (7 Tests, 10 wickets; brother of Hugh), dies at 80
  • 1944-09-26 Julien Cahn, cricketer (private cricket promoter during 30's), dies
  • 1944-11-16 Charles Kelleway, Australian cricketer (26 Tests 1910-1928), dies at 58
  • 1944-11-17 Archie MacLaren, English cricket batsman and captain (35 Tests; 424 Lancashire v Somerset 1895), dies at 72
  • 1945-02-13 George Studd, English cricket batsman (4 Tests; Middlesex), dies at 85
  • 1945-02-16 Billy Frank, cricketer (Test South Africa v Eng 1896, 5 & 2, 1-52), dies
  • 1945-05-09 Clem Hill, Australian cricketer (49 Tests for Australia 1896-1912), dies
  • 1945-07-20 Arthur Seccull, South African cricketer (Test v England 1896), dies
  • 1945-11-07 Alfred Dipper, cricketer (England batsman scored in only Test), dies
  • 1945-12-20 Charles Eady, cricketer (Tasmanian player for Aust 1896-1901), dies
  • 1946-01-02 Joe Darling, Australian cricket batsman & captain (34 Tests, 21 as captain), dies following a gall bladder operation at 75
  • 1946-04-17 John Iddon, cricketer (car accident 5 Tests for Eng 1934-35), dies
  • 1946-04-21 Robert Graham, cricketer (3 wkts for South Africa in 2 Tests 1898-99), dies
  • 1946-04-25 Albert Knight, cricketer (3 Tests for England on 1903-04 tour), dies
  • 1946-04-25 Joseph Vine, cricketer (batted in two Tests Eng v Aust 1911-12), dies
  • 1946-05-07 Joe Humphries, English cricket wicket-keeper (3 Tests for England 1907-08), dies at 69
  • 1946-07-15 Razor Smith, English cricket spin bowler (245 first class matches, Surry), dies at 68
  • 1946-08-09 Bert Vogler, South African cricketer (South Africa, 15 Tests, 64 wkts), dies at 69
  • 1946-11-18 John King, cricketer (scored 60 & 4 in only Test Eng v Aus 1909), dies
  • 1946-11-22 Bertie Rose-Innes, cricketer (South Africa's Test), dies
  • 1947-01-23 Roy Park, Australian cricketer (prolific Victorian bat & official), dies at 54
  • 1947-02-27 Francis MacKinnon, English cricketer (Tests Eng v Aust 1879) and later the 35th Mackinnon of Mackinnon, dies at 98