Full name Geoffrey Percy Robert Toynbee
Born May 18, 1885, Paddington, London
Died November 15, 1914, Ploegstraete, Armentieres, France (aged 29 years 181 days)
Major teams Hampshire
Batting style Right-hand bat
Relation Brother-in-law - AH Heath
|First-class span||1912 - 1912|
Born on May 18, 1885, at Paddington, London. An opening right-hand bat, he was in the Winchester XI in 1902 and 1903, averaging 18.25 in the former year and 24.30 in the latter. He scored heavily at Sandhurst, heading the averages in 1904 with 70.71, and being third the following season with 42.33. He made many large scores in military matches. Playing for Green Jackets v Aldershot Command in July, 1911, he it 115 and 101*. He played in two matches for Hampshire in 1912, scoring 14 in his one innings. Serving as a Captain in the Rifle Brigade, he was killed in action at Ploegstraete, Armentieres, France, on November 15, 1914, aged 29.
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