Full name Eustace Charles Mordaunt
Born September 6, 1870, Staple Hill, Wellesbourne Hastings, Warwickshire
Died June 21, 1938, Marylebone, London (aged 67 years 288 days)
Major teams Kent, Middlesex
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast
Education Wellington College
|First-class span||1891 - 1904|
Eustace Charles Mordaunt, died on June 21, aged 67. He headed the Wellington College averages with 35.10 in 1889, having played previously for Hampshire when 16. In subsequent years he appeared occasionally in the Middlesex and Kent elevens without doing anything exceptional. ln 1914 he went to Egypt with I Zingari. A prominent fast bowler in club cricket he bowled down all ten wickets of Kensington Park Hockey Club at a cost of only 9 runs on April 28, 1894, in St. Quentin Park, London.
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