Full name Arthur Wrigley
Born 1912, Heaton Moor, Lancashire
Died October 31, 1965, Stockport Infirmary, Cheshire (aged 53 years)
Major teams Lancashire 2nd XI
Bowling style Legbreak
Education Heaton Moor College
Arthur Wrigley, who died in a Stockport hospital on October 30, aged 53, was well-known as a cricket statistician. After service with the Royal Air Force, he became, as a slow right-arm bowler and forceful batsman, a member of the Lancashire ground staff before, in 1934, he took up the post of scorer for the BBC which he held till his death.
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