Full name William Jerman Scott
Born April 4, 1864, Hartley Wintney, Hampshire
Died July 18, 1920, Windsor, Berkshire (aged 56 years 105 days)
Major teams Middlesex
Batting style Right-hand bat
Education Merchant Taylors' School
|First-class span||1894 - 1895|
Dr William Scott played in three matches for Middlesex in 1894 and 1895, but made only 12 runs in five innings. For the second eleven of the county, however, he did better, scoring 56 v. Kent 2nd XI at Lord's in 1894 and 68 in the corresponding match of the following year. He had played successfully for Kensington Park, MCC, Incogniti, and Windsor Home Park, his best performance being an innings of 107 for MCC v. Warwickshire at Lord's in 1895.
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