Full name Robert Bagguley
Born July 10, 1873, Leys Farm, Ruddington, Nottinghamshire
Died October 8, 1946, Brackcliffe Farm, Bradmore, Nottinghamshire (aged 73 years 90 days)
Major teams Nottinghamshire
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Left-arm medium
|First-class span||1891 - 1900|
Robert Bagguley was only 17 and 5ft 3in tall when he made an outstanding debut for Nottinghamshire in 1891. On a good wicket against Sussex at Hove, he took 6 for 74 bowling left-arm slow-medium. He also scored one brilliant century, 110 against Sussex at Trent Bridge in 1895, which included 102 on the second morning. Otherwise, his form was patchy.
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