Interesting for the fact he is one of the few who began as a professional and ended his career as an amateur.
Began with Sussex as a professional.
World War One got in the way of his career.
Returned in 1919 as an amateur for Sussex.
He was invited to tour Australia in 1920 but was unable to accept.
1921 became secretary of Northamptonshire and having qualified to play for them did sterling work as Captain and player until his retirement of 1939.
A determinationation with the bat ensured 23000 runs in a career at an average of alomst 30 and 1600 wickets at about 23 runs.
1932 took all 10 wickets against Kent.
Did the hat-trick (three wickets in three balls) five times.