Full name James Coats
Born February 26, 1914, Annerley, Queensland
Died June 8, 2002, Wynnum West, Brisbane, Queensland (aged 88 years 102 days)
Major teams Queensland
Batting style Right-hand bat
|First-class span||1937/38 - 1937/38|
Coats, James, who died in Brisbane on June 8, 2002, aged 88, played all three games on Queensland's southern tour in 1937-38 but was unable to improve on the brisk 46 he made against Victoria on debut, going in at No. 3 and top-scoring in the second innings. All told he scored 127 runs at 21.17 and was relegated to twelfth man when the team returned to Brisbane.
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2003
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