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|Date of Birth||July 10, 1900|
|Date of Death||(1961-01-03)Kempton Park, Gauteng|
|Place of Birth||Port Elizabeth, Cape Province|
Bob Catterall Biography
Bob Catterall is a famous South African cricketer (1900-1961), who was born on July 10, 1900 in Port Elizabeth, Cape Province. According to Astrologers, Bob Catterall's zodiac sign is Cancer.
Robert Hector "Bob" Catterall (10 July 1900 in Port Elizabeth, Cape Province – 3 January 1961 in Kempton Park, Gauteng) was a South African cricketer who played in 24 Tests from 1922 to 1931.
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Catterall was a right-handed batsman, usually batting in the middle order but sometimes in the earlier part of his career used as an opener, and a right-arm medium-pace bowler often used to break troublesome partnerships, though he did not take any Test wickets until the final series that he played in.
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Catterall was educated at Jeppe High School for Boys in Johannesburg where he was coached by the former Gloucestershire cricketer and Lord's coach Alfred Atfield.
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He made his first-class cricket debut for Transvaal in 1920–21, achieving little in two games, but the following season he played regularly and was a consistent scorer, averaging more than 42 although he passed 50 only twice and his highest score was only 75. In 1922–23, an England team, playing non-Tests as Marylebone Cricket Club and Tests as England, toured South Africa and in the first-class match with Transvaal before the Test series began Catterall, opening the batting, scored 128 in 195 minutes with 13 fours and two sixes. That innings led to his selection for the South Africa side for the first Test match against England just a week later.
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Catterall opened the innings twice on his first Test appearance, the first game of the five-match series against England. In the first innings he made 39 which proved to be the top score in a poor innings of 148 all out; in the second Catterall was out for just 17, but the match was rescued by a chanceless innings of 176 by Herbie Taylor which set up a target of 387 for the England side in the fourth innings which they fell a long way short of. The second Test was a low-scoring game which was won by the narrow margin of one wicket by the England team: the only scores of more than 50 came in second-innings second-wicket partnership of 155 between Catterall and Taylor, and Catterall's 76 was the highest score of the match. By contrast, the third game of the series was a high-scoring slow-scoring draw in which a day was lost to rain: Catterall made 52 in his only innings, this time opening with Taylor and putting on 110 for the first wicket.
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