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Hedley Verity

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Hedley Verity
INTL CAREER: 1931 - 1939
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Norman Yardley and Hedley Verity in a charity game Ireland in September 1941. It was Verity's last match and he took 8 for 55

Norman Yardley and Hedley Verity in a charity game Ireland in September 1941. It was Verity's last match and he took 8 for 55

Hedley Verity tosses the ball, 1940
Hedley Verity tosses the ballGetty Images
The MCC team which toured South Africa unbeaten in 1938-39: Back row - Bill  Edrich, Doug Wright, Eddie Paynter, WH Ferguson (scorer); middle row - 	Len  Wilkinson, Hedley Verity, Hugh Bartlett, Tom Goddard, Reggie Perks, Len Hutton, Paul Gibb; front - CR Ridgway (SA manager), Ken Farnes, NormanYardley, Wally Hammond (captain), Les Ames, Bryan Valentine, AJ Holmes (manager)
The MCC team which toured South Africa unbeaten in 1938-39Wisden Cricket Monthly
Hedley Verity, April 1938
Hedley Verity was one of those cricketers who did not return from the warHulton Archive/Getty Images
Hedley Verity bowling for Yorkshire v Surrey, The Oval, August 23, 1937
Hedley Verity bowling for Yorkshire v SurreyThe Cricketer International
Hedley Verity (right) has his bags loaded into a taxi as he leaves London after the Test, England v Australia, second Test, Lord's, June 26, 1934
Hedley Verity (right) has his bags loaded into a taxiGetty Images
England and Yorkshire cricketer Hedley Verity (1905 - 1943), loading his bags into a taxi on his way home from London
England and Yorkshire cricketer Hedley Verity (1905 - 1943), loading his bags into a taxi on his way home from LondonGetty Images
The scorecard from the match where Hedley Verity took 10 for 10, Yorkshire v Nottinghamshire,  Leeds, July 12, 1932
The scorecard from the match where Hedley Verity took 10 for 10Wisden
A composite of four images shows Hedley Verity's bowling action, June 23, 1939
A composite of four images shows Hedley Verity's bowling actionGetty Images
Hedley Verity, April 1938
Hedley VerityGetty Images
Hedley Verity
Hedley Verity The Cricketer International
The England XI vs India in the second Test at Old Trafford. Back row (from left): Harold Gimblett, Arthur Fagg, Joe Hardstaff Jr, Alf Gover, Stan Worthington and Laurie Fishlock. Front row: Hedley Verity, Walter Robins, Gubby Allen (c), Wally Hammond and George Duckworth (wk)
The England XI vs India in the second Test at Old Trafford, 1936Getty Images
Patsy Hendren dives to catch Tim Wall off Hedley Verity to complete England's victory, England v Australia, Lord's, June 25, 1934
Patsy Hendren dives to catch Tim Wall off Hedley VerityPA 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