Full name James Archibald Wolfe-Murray
Born April 25, 1936, West End, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
Current age 79 years 130 days
Major teams Ireland, Free Foresters
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast-medium
Education Eton College: Oxford University
Relation Father-in-law - Lord Dunglass
|First-class span||1957 - 1957|
James Wolfe-Murray played three times for Oxford University in 1957 as an opening bowler with no real success, and his final outing came late that summer for Free Foresters against Ireland in Dublin.
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