Full name Henry Jupp
Born November 19, 1841, Dorking, Surrey
Died April 8, 1889, Bermondsey, London (aged 47 years 140 days)
Major teams England, Surrey
Batting style Right-hand bat
Fielding position Wicketkeeper
|Test debut||Australia v England at Melbourne, Mar 15-19, 1877 scorecard|
|Last Test||Australia v England at Melbourne, Mar 31-Apr 4, 1877 scorecard|
|First-class span||1862 - 1881|
Harry Jupp was a broad-shouldered opening batsman for Surrey whose strong
defensive technique earned him the sobriquet of 'Young Stonewaller.' He opened the batting in the first two Tests, in 1876-77, and top-scored for England with 63 in the first innings at Melbourne. A reliable fielder in the outfield or a cover point, he turned out for Surrey for 19 years before retiring at the end of 1881. He once replaced the bails after being bowled from the first ball of a local match, and the umpire asked why he wasn't leaving. 'Not at Dorking I ain't,' he said.
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