Jack Parsons      

Full name John Henry Parsons

Born May 30, 1890, Headington, Oxfordshire

Died February 2, 1981, Plymouth, Devon (aged 90 years 248 days)

Major teams Europeans (India), Warwickshire

Batting style Right-hand bat

Bowling style Right-arm medium

John Henry Parsons
Batting and fielding averages
Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 Ct St
First-class 355 555 52 17969 225 35.72 38 86 260 0
Bowling averages
Mat Runs Wkts BBI Ave 5w 10
First-class 355 2405 83 7/41 28.97 3 1
Career statistics
First-class span 1910 - 1936
Profile

Canon J. H. Parsons, the former Warwickshire cricketer who also achieved distinction in the Army and in the Church, died peacefully at Plymouth on February 2, at the age of 90. His early years were spent in Oxford, where his father was chef at Brasenose College and captained the City cricket club. When the family moved to Coventry, Jack Parsons went to Bablake School, joined the Humber car firm and made his 2nd XI debut for Warwickshire in 1910. A double-century secured him a place in the 1st XI and in the Championship-winning side of 1911.

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Jack Parsons

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Country Fixtures Country Results
Gloucs v Durham at Bristol - Apr 21-24
Gloucs 303 & 175/3 (53 ov) Durham 419
Hampshire v Yorkshire at Southampton - Apr 21-24
Hampshire 455 Yorkshire 231 & 178/3 (61 ov) (f/o)
Kent v Derbyshire at Canterbury - Apr 21-24
Kent won by 169 runs
Lancashire v Somerset at Manchester - Apr 21-24
Lancashire 109 & 423/7 (149 ov) Somerset 278
Leics v Glamorgan at Leicester - Apr 21-24
Leics 420 & 200/3 (56 ov) Glamorgan 426
Middlesex v Essex at Lord's - Apr 21-24
Middlesex 507/7d & 239/3d Essex 295 & 19/0 (6 ov, target 452)
Warwickshire v Surrey at Birmingham - Apr 21-24
Warwickshire 332 & 162/4 (57 ov) Surrey 437
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