Full name Charles Henry Dryden
Born 1860, Wellington
Died July 1, 1943, Russell, Northland (aged 83 years)
Major teams Wellington
Bowling style Legbreak
Relation Brother - WE Dryden
|First-class span||1884/85 - 1894/95|
Charles Dryden was one of the best slow bowlers produced by Wellington. In 1884 he took 7 for 24 against Nelson and in 1889 12 for 93 against Canterbury. He played for Wellington against the Australian and England tourists in 1886 and 1888.
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