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Dusty Rhodes (cricketer)

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Albert Ennion Groucott Rhodes, universally known as "Dusty" Rhodes (10 October 1916 – 17 October 1983), was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket for Derbyshire County Cricket Club between 1937 and 1954 and was also a Test match umpire. Rhodes was born at Tintwistle, Cheshire. He made his debut for Derbyshire in the 1937 season against Surrey in May in a match which saw the fall of only one wicket before being concluded as a draw. Later in the season he took 6 for 38 against Somerset. In the 1938 season he scored 107 not out against Warwickshire and had two 5-wicket innings. After an uneventful season in 1939, Rhodes peak career was interrupted by the Second World War. In the 1946 season he took 7 for 109 against Glamorgan and achieved three more five wicket innings. In the 1947 season he achieved his best bowling performance of 8 for 162 against Yorkshire and four more 5 wicket innings. In the 1948 season he scored 105 not out against Hampshire and took two five wicket
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