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Edward Ede was a slow left-arm bowler who played occasionally for Hampshire between 1902 and 1906, with his final first-class game coming in 1908. His one extended run in the side came in 1905 - he finished the season with 28 wickets including a career-best 7 for 72 against Derbyshire. A solicitor by profession, he was tried and convicted of fraud in 1924 and emigrated to Australia soon after. He died from pneumonia after a fall.
Plays of the Day from the second ODI between England and India, in Cardiff
Plays of the day from the third ODI between England and India at Trent Bridge
Plays of the day from the tri-series match between Zimbabwe and South Africa
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