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Esmond Kentish

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Esmond Kentish
INTL CAREER: 1948 - 1954
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Esmond Seymour Maurice Kentish


November 21, 1916, Cornwall Mountain, Westmoreland, Jamaica


June 10, 2011, Jamaica, (aged 94y 201d)

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Fast medium

Esmond Kentish was a medium-fast bowler who was renowned for his stamina. His two Test appearances were both against England - in 1947-48 and 1953-54 - and both on his home ground at Kingston. In the first game he took 3 for 106, but six years later turned in a match-winning 5 for 49 after a wicketless first innings, bowling on or outside leg stump to a seven-man leg-side field. Despite this he was not picked again. In 1956 Kentish, by then 39, won a Blue for Oxford, at the time the oldest man to do so. After retiring he became involved in cricket administration and managed several overseas tours. He was also a governor of the Bank of Jamaica. He died aged 94.
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