Full name Edward Maitland Hadow
Born March 13, 1863, Sudbury Priory, Middlesex
Died February 20, 1895, Cannes, France (aged 31 years 344 days)
Major teams I Zingari, Marylebone Cricket Club, Middlesex
Bowling style Right-arm fast
Education Harrow School
|First-class span||1883 - 1893|
Edward Hadow was a key member of the Harrow side which recorded back-to-back wins over Eton in 1880 and 1881, his scores of 28, 49, 11 and 94 playing a major part in their success. He subsequently played regularly for Middlesex, but he only passed fifty three times in 54 matches. The best of his six first-class fifties came at the Scarborough festival in 1888 when he made 75 for I Zingari against Gentlemen of England. A brilliant racquets player, he was in the Harrow side which won the Public Schools' Challenge Cup in 1880 and 1881.
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