Wilfred Rhodes(1877-1973), Cricketer
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Wilfred Rhodes was a cricketer whose career lasted from 1898 to 1930. During this time he completed more doubles than any other player. He appeared in fifty-eight test matches and played in his last test competition at the age of fifty-two. Rhodes scored 1,000 runs twenty-one times, captured 100 wickets twenty-three times, and set the world record for the most wickets taken (4,187) in a career.
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