Full name James Henry Anderson
Born April 26, 1874, Kimberley, Cape Province
Died March 11, 1926, Melkamer, Bredasdorp, Cape Province (aged 51 years 319 days)
Major teams South Africa, Western Province
Batting style Right-hand bat
|Only Test||South Africa v Australia at Johannesburg, Oct 18-21, 1902 scorecard|
|First-class span||1894/95 - 1907/08|
Biddy Anderson captained South Africa in his only Test, against Australia at Johannesburg in 1902-03. Anderson made 32 but South Africa were heavily beaten; he was the only member of the side left out of the next Test. He played regularly for Western Province between 1894 and 1907; his only century, 109 against Border in 1903-04, exceeded the combined total of both Border innings (55 and 52).
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