Lloyd Rudge

Cricket Player

1934 – 1990


Who was Lloyd Rudge?

Lloyd Maurice Rudge was an English cricketer who played a single first-class match, for Worcestershire against Combined Services in 1952.

For his only match, the county sent out an extremely youthful team, with six of their players under the age of 21. In reply to Worcestershire's total of 299, the Services batsmen piled on the runs, with three batsmen making hundreds and successive partnerships of 100, 160, 109, 100 and 79* before declaring with their score on 548/4. Rudge did not take a wicket, but he was the most economical of all Worcestershire's bowlers, with figures of 12-2-36-0.

Rudge was born in Walsall, Staffordshire; he died in Worcester at the age of 56. At the time of his only first-class cricket appearance, he was an engineering student.

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Feb 11, 1934
  • England
Oct 15, 1990

on July 23, 2013


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