John Sydney (Sid) Redgrave – Life Member 1922

John Sydney (Sid) Redgrave

Life member 1922

J S Redgrave, 1910, Qld Cricket team

John S (Sid) Redgrave 1908 Qld Team

As the namesake of the Clubs All Rounder Trophy, it is easy to see why by looking at Syd’s figures below. He also appears in a picture of the 1910 Queensland Cricket Representative side.

Read about ‘Old Sid’ Sydney John and his son ‘Young Sid’ Thomas Sydney here.

Born August 5, 1878, North Sydney, New South Wales

Died August 3, 1958, West End, Queensland (aged 79 years 363 days)

Major teams New South Wales, Queensland

Batting style Right-hand bat

Bowling style Right-arm medium

Relation BrotherWP Redgrave

First appears in the A Grade Averages in 1909-1910 – 13 Inns, 140 hs, 732 runs @ 66.54 (Scores of 140, 124, 122, 121*)

Bowling 1909-1910 – 41 Wickets, 442 runs @ 10.78 (6/10, 5/31, 5/43)

1910-1911 Season Batting – 14 Inns, 141 hs, 425 runs @ 38.63 / Bowling 35 wickets – 275 runs @ 7.85

1911-1912 Season Batting – 15 inns, 74 hs, 354 runs @ 25.28 / Bowling 32 Wickets – 356 runs @ 11.12

1912-1913 Season Batting – 7 Inns, 79 hs, 226 runs @ 37.66 / Bowling 9 Wickets – 59 runs @ 6.55

1913-1914 Season Batting – 10 inns, 52 hs, 184 runs @ 20.44 / Bowling 27 Wickets – 396 runs @ 14.66

1914-1915 Season Batting – 13 inns, 81 hs, 226 runs @ 17.38 / Bowling 46 Wickets – 606 runs @ 13.17

Syd returned after the war at the resumption of the Cricket fixtures in 1919/1920 through to 1925?

1919-1920 Season Batting – 13 Inns, 25hs, 93 runs @ 7.75 / Bowling 28 Wickets – 257 runs @ 9.17