General Thomas Alexander
Chignell
Male
England
1880-10-31
Havant, Hampshire, England
1965-08-25
Royal Portsmouth Hospital, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England


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From Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Chignell

Thomas Alexander Chignell was an English [lawn tennis player and] cricketer. Chignell was a left-handed batsman who bowled right-arm slow-medium. Chignell made his first-class debut for Hampshire against the Kent in the 1901 County Championship. Chignell played eighteen first-class matches for Hampshire from 1901 to 1904, taking his best figures of 5/68 against Derbyshire in 1903. This was to be Chignell’s only five wicket haul in first-class cricket. Chignell’s final first-class match for Hampshire came against Leicestershire in the 1904 County Championship.

In Chignell’s eighteen first-class matches for the club he took 33 wickets at a bowling average of 33.57. With the bat Chignell scored 181 runs at an average of 10.05, with a high score of 29. Outside of first-class cricket Chignell represented and assisted Havant Cricket Club.



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Tournaments Chichester - 1910 Tunbridge Wells - 1910 Chichester - 1909 Chichester - 1908

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