Full name Edmund Harvey
Born November 3, 1852, Islington, London
Died February 23, 1902, Falmouth, Cornwall (aged 49 years 112 days)
Major teams Cambridge University, Middlesex
Bowling style Left-arm fast
Education Radley College; Cambridge University
|First-class span||1872 - 1872|
Edmund Harvey played four first-class games for four different sides in a three-week period in May/June 1872 while at Cambridge University as an opening bowler and lower middle-order batsman. He only bowled in three of those matches but took two five-fors. His first two outings were against thee University and in the second he took 5 for 52 for Gentlemen of England. His final appearance was his sole outing for Cambridge at Lord's where he took 5 for 22 against the MCC.
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