Full name John Wilson Rothwell
Born October 1, 1913, Hobart, Tasmania
Died May 22, 2005, Subiaco, Western Australia (aged 91 years 233 days)
Major teams Tasmania
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Legbreak googly
|First-class span||1933/34 - 1933/34|
A legspinning allrounder, John Rothwell's four first-class matches all came within three months in 1933-34. In his second game, against Victoria, he made 43 and took 1 for 136 as Tasmania almost lost despite taking a first-innings lead of 320. His last two outings were against the Australian XI en route to the UK. In the first match he made 62 and took 3 for 110, in the second 47 and 4 for 92.
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