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England captain Percy Chapman receives a sprig of "lucky" heather from his mother before leaving for the tour of South Africa, October 16, 1930

England captain Percy Chapman receives a sprig of "lucky" heather from his mother before leaving for the tour of South Africa, October 16, 1930

Bill Woodfull and Percy Chapman at the toss, England v Australia, 4th Test, Old Trafford, 1st day, July 25, 1930
Bill Woodfull and Percy Chapman at the tossPA Photos
Jack Hobbs and Percy Chapman walk out to bat, England v Australia, 1st Test, Trent Bridge, 1st day, June 13, 1930
Jack Hobbs and Percy Chapman walk out to batGetty Images
Percy Chapman plays a shot, 1928
Percy Chapman plays a shotPA Photos
Percy Chapman
Percy ChapmanThe Cricketer International
The Cambridge side of 1922. Back: AG Doggart, MD Lyon, CAF Fiddian Green, JL Bryan. Middle: CS Marriott, H Ashton, G Ashton, GCH Gibson, APF Chapman. Front: ET Ashton, RG Evans,
The Cambridge side of 1922ESPNcricinfo Ltd
Bill Ponsford chips a ball over Percy Chapman, England v Australia, Old Trafford, 1930
Bill Ponsford chips a ball over Percy ChapmanWisden Cricket Monthly
Percy Chapman tossing with Bill Woodfull, Adelaide, 1929
Percy Chapman tossing with Bill WoodfullThe Cricketer International
The England team for the 1926 Ashes: Harold Larwood, Maurice Tate, Greville Stevens, George Geary, Herbert Sutcliffe, and Patsy Hendren (standing, from left).  Bert Strudwick, Jack Hobbs, captain Percy Chapman, Wilfred Rhodes and Frank Woolley (seated, from left), fifth Test, the Ashes 1926, England vs Australia, August 14, 1926
The England team for the 1926 AshesGetty Images
Australia v England, 1924-5 England touring party left to right back row  Bryan, Tyldesley, Tate, Toone, Whysall, Chapman, Sandham front row Strudwick, Douglas, Gilligan, Hobbs, Woolley on ground Hendren, Freeman, Sutcliffe, Howell
England touring party, 1924-25Herbert Fishwick (Sydney Mail)/Unknown