Full name Edward Ingram
Born August 14, 1910, Dublin
Died March 13, 1973, Basingstoke, Hampshire, England (aged 62 years 211 days)
Major teams Ireland, Middlesex
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium, Legbreak
|First-class span||1928 - 1953|
Eddie Ingram played for Ireland 48 times between 1928 and 1955, being captain on eight occasions. He scored 1,628 runs, average 20.09, and dismissed 151 batsmen at a cost of 20.11 runs each. He also played for Leinster. His name was always linked in Irish cricket circles with that of J. C. Boucher, with whom he was at Belvedere College and played for Ireland for 25 years. Coming to England, Ingram joined the Ealing Club in 1936 and altogether took over 3,000 wickets for them with varied bowling of impeccable length besides regularly scoring 1,000 runs a season. A great character of Pickwickian girth, he also gained a cap for Middlesex.
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack
Ingram played 12 times for Middlesex either side of World War Two. His first appearance was in 1938, his last in 1949, but he did appear, albeit only once or twice, in both the 1947 and 1949 Championship-winning sides.
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