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James Aylward      

Full name James Aylward

Born 1741, Warnford, Droxford, Hampshire

Died December 27, 1827, Marylebone, London (aged 86 years days)

Major teams Hampshire

Batting style Left-hand bat

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James Aylward was a left-hand batsman who was one of the key players at Hambledon and also played extensively for Hampshire. He is first recorded in first-class cricket in 1773, by which time he was 32, and his final game was in 1797, although he continued playing minor cricket after then.

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