Full name George Harman Jupp
Born February 26, 1845, Brentford, Middlesex
Died February 24, 1930, West Ealing, Middlesex (aged 84 years 363 days)
Major teams Middlesex
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style (unknown arm) slow (roundarm)
|First-class span||1867 - 1868|
George Jupp was an opening batsman who played a handful of times for Middlesex in 1867 and 1868. He made 41 and 47 on debut against Surrey, the highest score in both innings. However, in his next ten innings he managed only 44 runs. He was also an excellent athlete, specialising in the 100 yards and the hurdles.
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