Thomas Hayward      

Full name Thomas Hayward

Born March 21, 1835, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

Died July 21, 1876, Cambridge (aged 41 years 122 days)

Major teams Cambridge Town Club, Cambridgeshire

Batting style Right-hand bat

Bowling style Right-arm medium (roundarm)

Relation Father - D Hayward snr, Brother - D Hayward jnr, Nephew - TW Hayward

Batting and fielding averages
Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 Ct St
First-class 118 200 11 4789 132 25.33 6 11 62 0
Bowling averages
Mat Balls Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR 5w 10
First-class 118 9655 3937 267 9/30 14.74 2.44 36.1 19 2
Career statistics
First-class debut Cambridge University v Cambridge Town XI at Cambridge, May 17-18, 1854 scorecard
Last First-class 1872
Profile

Thomas Hayward was, for a time, regarded as one of the leading batsmen in the country, although he was a good medium-pace roundarm bowler and an outstanding cover point. With Bob Carpenter he helped to build Cambridgeshire into one of the leading counties, but he played for a large number of representative sides. In 1859 he made 67 and 68 for England against Surrey, and the following summer took 9 for 30 for England against Kent. In between, he toured North America under George Parr, the first major overseas trip, and joined him on a visit to Australia four years later.
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Oct 1863

The England cricket team assembled at Lord's in London before leaving for the 1863 tour of Australia. Julius Caesar, Alfred Clarke, George Tarrant, George Parr, E M Grace, Robert Carpenter, George Anderson, William Caffyn; (bottom row) Robert C Tinley, Thomas Lockyer, Thomas Hayward, John Jackson, October 1, 1863

The England cricket team assembled at Lord's in London before leaving for the 1863 tour of Australia

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Sep 7, 1859

England's 12 Champion Cricketers on board a ship at Liverpool bound for America in September 1859. Back row (from left to right): Bob Carpenter, William Caflyn, Tom Lockyer, John Wisden (seated), HH Stephenson, George Parr, John Grundy, Julius Cesar, Tom Hayward and John Jackson. Seated at front: Alfred Diver and John Lillywhite.

England's 12 Champion Cricketers on board a ship at Liverpool bound for America in September 1859

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Derbyshire 356 & 145/2 Worcs 385
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Hampshire v Leics at Southampton - Aug 31-Sep 3
Leics 303 Hampshire 497/8
Kent v Glamorgan at Canterbury - Aug 31-Sep 3
Glamorgan 329 & 150/3 Kent 387
Lancashire v Yorkshire at Manchester - Aug 31-Sep 3
Lancashire 278 & 144/2 Yorkshire 610/6d
Middlesex v Warwickshire at Lord's - Aug 31-Sep 3
Warwickshire 362/8d Middlesex 310/6
Somerset v Northants at Taunton - Aug 31-Sep 3
Somerset 314 & 38/0 Northants 448/9d
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