Bob Wyatt

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Bob Wyatt
INTL CAREER: 1927 - 1937
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Former and current captains of England and Australia line up. From left:  Bob Wyatt, Lindsay Hassett, Gubby Allen, Cyril Walters, Arthur Morris, Norman Yardley, Freddie Brown, Richie Benaud, Len Hutton, Neil Harvey, Peter May, Bob Simpson, Bill Lawry, Ted Dexter, Mike Smith, Barry Jarman, Tom Graveney, Ian Chappell, Graham Yallop, Greg Chappell and Ian Botham, England v Australia, Centenary Test, Lord's, 3rd day, August 30,  1980

Former and current captains of England and Australia line up. From left: Bob Wyatt, Lindsay Hassett, Gubby Allen, Cyril Walters, Arthur Morris, Norman Yardley, Freddie Brown, Richie Benaud, Len Hutton, Neil Harvey, Peter May, Bob Simpson, Bill Lawry, Ted Dexter, Mike Smith, Barry Jarman, Tom Graveney, Ian Chappell, Graham Yallop, Greg Chappell and Ian Botham, England v Australia, Centenary Test, Lord's, 3rd day, August 30, 1980

The Gentlemen XI: (back row, left to right) Hopper Levett, Errol Holmes, Alan Melville, Freddie Brown, John Human, AD Baxter; (front row) Bryan Valentine, Cyril Walters, Bob Wyatt, Gubby Allen, Maurice Turnbull, Gentlemen v Players, Lord's, 1st day, July 25, 1934
The Gentlemen XI for the match against the Players at Lord'sPA Photos
Wally Hammond and Bob Wyatt head off after winning the fifth Test, Australia v England, 5th Test, Sydney, February 28, 1933
Wally Hammond and Bob Wyatt head off after winning the fifth TestThe Cricketer International
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The Hon Freddie Calthorpe leads England onto the field. L-r Les Ames, Patsy Hendren, Andy Sandham, Wilfred Rhodes, Bob Wyatt, Calthorpe, Jack O'Connor, Ewart Astill, Nigel Haig, George Gunn, Bill Voce, West Indies v England, Barbados, January 11, 1930
The Hon Freddie Calthorpe leads England onto the fieldESPNcricinfo Ltd
Bob Wyatt tosses and Bill Woodfull calls at the start of the 1934 Ashes Test, England v Australia, 2nd Test, Lord's, June 22. 1934
Bob Wyatt tosses and Bill Woodfull callsPA Photos
The MCC squad for the 1932-33 tour of Australia and New Zealand. Back: George Duckworth, Tommy Mitchell, The Nawab of Pataudi, Maurice Leyland, Harold Larwood, Eddie Paynter, Bill Ferguson (scorer). Middle: Plum Warner (manager), Les Ames , Hedley Verity, Bill Voce, Bill Bowes, Freddie Brown, Maurice Tate, Dick Palairet (assistant manager). Front: Herbert Sutcliffe, Bob Wyatt, Douglas  Jardine (captain), Gubby Allen, Wally Hammond.
The MCC squad for the 1932-33 tour of Australia and New ZealandKenneth Xavier/ESPNcricinfo Ltd
Bob Wyatt
Bob WyattESPNcricinfo Ltd
Members of the England team pose for a photograph in a hotel pool (in a snapshot from the album of Kent and England wicketkeeper Les Ames). Andrew Sandham is second from left; Bob Wyatt foreground, centre; and Ames rear, third from right, circa January 1930
Members of the England team in a poolGetty Images