Full name Albert Edward James
Born August 7, 1924, Newton Longville, Buckinghamshire
Died April 2, 2013, Eastbourne (aged 88 years 238 days)
Major teams Sussex
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium
|First-class span||1948 - 1960|
Ted James was a regular fixture in the Sussex seam attack during the 1950's. He made 299 first-class appearances for the county, taking 843 wickets with a best of 9 for 60 in a victory over Yorkshire at Hove. He twice took 100 wickets in a season. He was also useful with the bat and scored 3,411 first-class runs, often helping Sussex out of a precarious position. Originally from Buckinghamshire, he made his Sussex debut in 1948 and was awarded his county cap in 1950 and remained a regular until 1958. After leaving Sussex, he was a popular coach at Eastbourne College for many years.
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