Abraham Hume (28 June 1819 – 1 July 1888) was an English clergyman and cricketer who played first-class cricket for Cambridge University and the Marylebone Cricket Club. He was born at Willingale, Essex, and died at Wortham, Suffolk.
Adolphus Meetkerke (22 December 1819 – 11 February 1879) was an English landowner and cricketer who played in one cricket match for Cambridge University that is recognised as having been first-class. He was born at Rushden, Hertfordshire and died at Southsea, Hampshire.
Alan Durant Imlay (14 February 1885 - 3 July 1959) was an English cricketer. A wicket keeper and right-handed batsman from Cotham, Bristol in the now-defunct County of Avon, Imlay was educated at Clifton College and played cricket there first for the junior team in 1898, and then the senior XI between 1903 and 1904. His prowess led to his inclusion in a national Public Schools XI in 1904, and he proceeded to join Gloucestershire in 1905.
Alasdair Pollock (born 1993) is an English cricketer, playing first-class cricket for Cambridge MCCU. A right-arm fast-medium bowler, Pollock scored 44 not out on his first-class debut, against Essex County Cricket Club, at number 9 in the order, out of a total of just 99.
Alfred Millard William Christopher (20 August 1820 – 10 March 1913) was an English clergyman who, as a young man, was a cricketer who played in three matches for Cambridge University in 1843 that have been designated as first-class. He was born in London and died in Oxford.
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