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Full name Francis Blomfield
Born 1827, Millington Hall, Cheshire
Died June 5, 1860, Cape Mendocino, California, United States of America (aged 33 years days)
Major teams Cambridge University
|Only First-class||Gentlemen of Kent v Cambridge University at Canterbury, Jun 21-23, 1848 scorecard|
Francis Blomfield, who played once for Cambridge University in 1848, was drowned when the SS Northina hit rocks off Cape Mendocino (California).
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Stats highlights from the first day of the second Test between Australia and India in Brisbane
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