Barto Bartlett

Barto Bartlett

West Indies
Barto Bartlett

INTL CAREER: 1928 - 1931

Full Name

Edward Lawson Bartlett


March 10, 1906, Flint Hall, St Michael, Barbados


December 21, 1976, Bayville, St Michael, Barbados, (aged 70y 287d)

Batting Style

Right hand bat


Edward Lawson Bartlett was a member of the West Indies sides to England in 1928 and Australia in 1930. His record in England, 584 runs with an average of 24.33, looks nothing much, but he was perhaps a trifle unlucky. Early in July he had just run into form with a glorious 109 against Nottinghamshire and one or two more successes then might have given him the confidence which was all he lacked to be a great batsman. Instead he broke a finger, missed several matches and failed to recover his form. His tour to Australia was a failure except for a beautiful innings of 84 out of 114 in the first innings of the first Test and after this tour he dropped out of the West Indies side. A very small man, he was quick on his feet, a powerful driver and a good cutter, whether square or late. Indeed he had strokes all round the wicket and, when he was making runs, his potentialities were obvious. It was sad that he could so seldom do justice to them.
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Learie Constantine, Joe Small and Barto Bartlett
The 1928 West Indian team to England, the first Test tour in their history
Barto Bartlett
The West Indian squad that toured England in 1923, before Test status was conferred on the region