Name: Charlie Blythe
Date of birth: 30/05/1879
International Team: N/A
Domestic Team: N/A
Role: All Rounder
Bowling Style: Unknown
Batting Style: Right-hand
- Test Debut v England at Sydney - December, 1901
- An elegant slow left-arm bowler who possessed the perfect action. He was almost unplayable on deteriorating wickets and after rain, in the days of uncovered pitches.
- In 1907 he took 17 wickets in one day for Kent, at a cost of just 48 runs.
- An Epileptic, he did not tour well, and was most effective in English conditions. He took 100 test wickets at a cost of 18.62 apiece.
- Blythe was one of the millions to die tragically young during WWI. He was killed in action at Passchendaele in 1917.
International Career Overview
|Career Span:||1901-1910||Innings Bowled:||37|
|Highest Score:||27||Best bowling in Innings:||8/59|