John Wilkinson (Gloucestershire cricketer)


John Wilkinson (Gloucestershire cricketer)

John Wilkinson (1876–1948) was an English cricketer who played ten first-class matches for Gloucestershire. Eight of these came in the period between 1899 and 1902, but after a long gap he played two more games in 1920.

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* [http://cricketarchive.co.uk/Archive/Players/33/33875/33875.html John Wilkinson] from CricketArchive


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