John Aston (cricketer)

John Aston (cricketer)

Infobox Old Cricketer

nationality = Irish
country = Ireland
country abbrev = Ire
picture = Cricket_no_pic.pngname = John Aston
batting style = Right-handed batsman
bowling style = Right-arm medium pace
FCs = 4
FC runs = 73
FC bat avg = 10.42
FC 100s/50s = 0/1
FC top score = 53*
FC balls = 366
FC wickets = 9
FC bowl avg = 11.22
FC 5s = 1
FC 10s = 0
FC best bowling = 5/58
FC catches/stumpings = 1/0
debut date = 17 September
debut year = 1909
last date = 15 August
last year = 1925
source = Cricket Archive

John Aston (born 20 November 1882 in Dublin; died 9 January 1951 in Birmingham, England) was an Irish cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and right-arm medium pace bowler.

He made his debut for Ireland on their tour of the U.S. in 1909, playing against a team representing New York. He then played two first-class matches against Philadelphia on the same tour. He would not represent Ireland again until 1925, when he played two first-class matches against Scotland and Wales in addition to a match against the MCC at Lord's.


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