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Full name Percy Northcote
Born September 18, 1866, Islington, London
Died March 3, 1934, 3 Cumberland Mansions, Marylebone, London (aged 67 years 166 days)
Major teams Kent, Middlesex
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Slow left-arm orthodox
Dr Percy Northcote played occasionally for Middlesex in 1888 and for Kent in 1889 and 1895. He was a prominent member of the Beckenham Club. A good free right-handed batsman, he bowled slow left-arm. In 1894, against the first South African team to visit England, he made 42 not out and took 12 for 81 for Chatham and District.
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