Sammy Woods

Full name:Samuel Moses James Woods
Born:13th April 1867, Ashfield, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Died:30th April 1931, Taunton, Somerset, England
Batting:Right-hand batsman
Bowling:Right-arm fast-medium
Education:Sydney Gramma School; Royston College, Sydney; Brighton College; Jesus College, Cambridge
Other Sports:Rugby Union for England, Blackheath, Barbarians, Cambridge University; Bridgwater and Albion; Soccer for Sussex; Hockey for Somerset
Relations:Brother: HDL Woods
Teams:Australia (Test: 1888); England (Test: 1895/96); Cambridge University (Main FC: 1888-1891); Marylebone Cricket Club (Main FC: 1889-1902); Somerset (Main FC: 1891-1910); GN Wyatt's XI (Other FC: 1886); Gentlemen (Other FC: 1888-1902); Australia (Other FC: 1888); Cambridge University Past and Present (Other FC: 1888-1890); Australians (Other FC: 1888); Gentlemen of England (Other FC: 1889-1895); South of England (Other FC: 1889-1902); Lord Londesborough's XI (Other FC: 1890); Lord Hawke's XI (Other FC: 1891-1895/96); CI Thornton's XI (Other FC: 1892-1901); HT Hewett's XII (Other FC: 1892); West of England (Other FC: 1892-1910); AJ Webbe's XI (Other FC: 1894-1897); Gentlemen of the South (Other FC: 1894); Rest of England (Other FC: 1895); England (Other FC: 1895/96); A Priestley's XI (Other FC: 1896/97); KS Ranjitsinhji's XI (Other FC: 1899); Over 30 (Other FC: 1901); All teams
Wisden Cricketer of the Year: 1889
Somerset Captain: 1894 - 1906
External link: Sammy Woods' Rugby Union international career and statistics
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics

Test Career Batting and Fielding (1888-1895/96)
Australia36032185.33 001
England3401225330.50 014
Overall61001545315.40 015
Test Career Bowling (1888-1895/96)
Australia2171812152-3524.20 0043.40 3.34
England195812953-2825.80 0039.00 3.96
Overall41226250103-2825.00 0041.20 3.64

First-Class Career Batting and Fielding (1886-1910)
Overall401690351534521523.42 1962279
First-Class Career Bowling (1886-1907)
Overall41195231121655104010-6920.82 772139.61 3.15





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