::1874 English cricket season


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The 1874 English cricket season saw WG Grace become the first player to perform the “double” in an English season. In 21 first-class matches, he scored 1664 runs and took 140 wickets.

The season was notable for a major accident to leading Yorkshire fast bowler Allen Hill, who was the leading wicket-taker in the game at the time<ref>Allen Hill</ref> but never bowled for the rest of the season.

1874 English cricket season sections
Intro  [[1874_English_cricket_season?section=Champion_County[a]|Champion County[a]]]  Leading batsmen (qualification 15 innings)  Leading bowlers (qualification 800 balls)  Notes  References  Annual reviews  External links  

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