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Full name Arthur Trevenen Coode
Born February 5, 1876, St Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands
Died December 28, 1940, Hazlemere, Buckinghamshire (aged 64 years 327 days)
Major teams Cambridge University, Middlesex
Batting style Right-hand bat
Education Beccles; Cambridge University
Arthur Coode was a Cambridge Blue in 1898, after playing well in school cricket at Beccles, he did nothing exceptional as opening batsman with C. J. Burnup, but was much more prominent at Association football for the University and for Middlesex. In his one cricket match against Oxford he went in first and was highest scorer with 27 in the second innings of a match which ended in defeat for Cambridge by nine wickets. He played occasionally for Middlesex.
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