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Reggie Schwarz

Full name:Reginald Oscar Schwarz
Born:4th May 1875, Lee, London, England
Died:18th November 1918, Etaples, France
Batting:Right-hand batsman
Bowling:Right-arm off-break, Right-arm medium pace
Education:St Paul's; Christ's College, Cambridge
Other Sports:Rugby Union for England, Barbarians, Richmond and Cambridge University (Blue)
Biography:Awarded the Military Cross. Died in the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918, just seven days after the armistice.
Teams:South Africa (Test: 1905/06-1912); Marylebone Cricket Club (Main FC: 1901-1907); Middlesex (Main FC: 1901-1905); Transvaal (Main FC: 1902/03-1909/10); AJ Webbe's XI (Other FC: 1901); BJT Bosanquet's XI (Other FC: 1901); HDG Leveson-Gower's XI (Other FC: 1902-1909/10); South Africans (Other FC: 1904-1912); South Africa (Other FC: 1905/06-1912); Gentlemen (Other FC: 1909); South Africa to Australia Touring Team (Other FC: 1910/11); LG Robinson's XI (Other FC: 1913-1914); Oxfordshire (Minor Counties Championship: 1899-1900); All teams
Wisden Cricketer of the Year: 1908
External link: Reggie Schwatz's Rugby Union international career and statistics
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics

Test Career Batting and Fielding (1905/06-1912)
MINORunsHSAve10050Ct
South Africa203583746113.85 0118
Test Career Bowling (1905/06-1912)
BallsMdnsRunsWktsBBAve5wI10wMSRateEcon
South Africa2639661417556-4725.76 2047.98 3.22

First-Class Career Batting and Fielding (1901-1914)
MINORunsHSAve10050Ct
Overall12519224379810222.60 120107
First-Class Career Bowling (1901-1914)
BallsMdnsRunsWktsBBAve5wI10wMSRateEcon
Overall1355335470003988-5517.58 25334.05 3.09

 

 

 

 

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