Charles Fry

Full name:Charles Burgess Fry
Born:25th April 1872, 144 St James Road, Croydon, Surrey, England
Died:7th September 1956, 8 Moreland Court, Finchley Road, Child's Hill, Cricklewood, Middlesex, England
Batting:Right-hand batsman
Bowling:Right-arm fast-medium
Other Sports:Soccer for Casuals, Oxford University, Corinthians, Southampton, Portsmouth and England; Rugby union for Oxford University, Blackheath and Barbarians; Athletics - he equalled the world long jump record.
Education:Wadham College, Oxford University
Relations:Cousin: KRB Fry; Grandson: CA Fry; Son: S Fry
Teams:England (Test: 1895/96-1912); Oxford University (Main FC: 1892-1895); Marylebone Cricket Club (Main FC: 1893-1912); Sussex (Main FC: 1894-1908); London County (Main FC: 1900-1902); Hampshire (Main FC: 1909-1921); Europeans (India) (Main FC: 1921/22); Gentlemen (Other FC: 1893-1914); Gentlemen of England (Other FC: 1895-1905); England (Other FC: 1895/96-1912); Lord Sheffield's XI (Other FC: 1896); South of England (Other FC: 1899-1902); Oxford University Past and Present (Other FC: 1899); Surrey and Sussex (Other FC: 1900); Rest of England (Other FC: 1901-1914); Kent and Sussex (Other FC: 1902); Gentlemen of the South (Other FC: 1905); England XI (Other FC: 1908); Hambledon (Other FC: 1908); CB Fry's XI (Other FC: 1912); All teams
Hampshire Cap: before 1944 (it is not known in which year his cap was awarded)
Repton School Captain: 1890 - 1891
Wisden Cricketer of the Year: 1895
Sussex Captain: 1904 - 1908
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics
Pictures:Player Portrait of Charles Fry
 Portrait of Charles Fry

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Test Career Batting and Fielding (1895/96-1912)
Test Career Bowling (1895/96-1912)

First-Class Career Batting and Fielding (1892-1921/22)
First-Class Career Bowling (1892-1921/22)





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