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1931 English cricket season


1931 English cricket season

1931 English cricket season
Cricket formats first-class, minor counties

The 1931 English cricket season was notable for the first tour by a New Zealand Test team.


  • Honours 1
  • Test series 2
  • Leading batsmen 3
  • Leading bowlers 4
  • References 5
  • Annual reviews 6
  • External links 7


Test series

England defeated the first New Zealand tourists 1-0 with two matches drawn.

Leading batsmen

Herbert Sutcliffe topped the averages with 3006 runs @ 96.96

Leading bowlers

Harold Larwood topped the averages with 129 wickets @ 12.03


Annual reviews

External links

  • CricketArchive – season summary
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