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Rupert Hickmott

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Rupert George Hickmott (19 March 1894 – 16 September 1916) was a cricketer who played for Canterbury and New Zealand. He died in World War I. Life and career Rupert Hickmott was born in Christchurch and educated at Christchurch Boys' High School, where he excelled at cricket, scoring a century in the Heathcote Williams Challenge Shield against Auckland Grammar School, and captaining the First XI for three years. He also captained the rugby XV. At the start of the senior club season in Christchurch in 1911–12, in his first three innings he scored 112, 96 and 213 not out. He made his first-class debut for Canterbury in December 1911 at the age of 17, scoring 30 and 39 in a low-scoring match to help Canterbury to victory over Wellington. He made 52 and 33 in another victory over Wellington in his next match, which was his first in the Plunket Shield. In 1912-13 he made 77, the top score of the match, when Canterbury beat Otago by an innings to win the Plunket Shield. He toured
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