Alfred Lyttelton

Full name:Alfred Lyttelton
Born:7th February 1857, Westminster, Middlesex, England
Died:5th July 1913, Paddington, Middlesex, England
Batting:Right-hand batter
Bowling:underarm Right-arm (unknown style)
Education:Eton College; Trinity College, Cambridge
Other Sports:Football (Cambridge University - blue 1875-77-78, England - 1877. He played for Old Etonians in the FA Cup Final of 1875/76). Also Rackets - he was widely regarded as the leading amateur rackets player before rackets championships started in 1882.
Biography:Barrister, Inner Temple (1881); Queen's Counsel (1900); Recorder of Hereford (1894); Recorder of Oxford (1895-1903); Chancellor, Diocese of Rochester (1903); Deputy High Steward, Cambridge University (1899-1913); UK Member of Parliament for Leamington (1895-1906), St.George's Hanover Square (1906-13); Secretary of State for the Colonies (1903-05). MCC President 1898-99.
Relations:Brother: NG Lyttelton; Brother: AT Lyttelton; Brother: CG Lyttelton; Brother: E Lyttelton; Brother: GWS Lyttelton; Brother: RH Lyttelton; Father-in-law: A Balfour; Father: GW Lyttelton; Great-nephew: JA Lyttelton; Nephew: GW Lyttelton; Nephew: CF Lyttelton; Nephew: JC Lyttelton; Nephew: NS Talbot
Teams:England (Test: 1880-1884);
Cambridge University (Main FC: 1876-1879);
Middlesex (Main FC: 1877-1887);
All teams
Eton College Captain: 1875
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics
Articles:Brief profile of Alfred Lyttelton
Pictures:Memorial to Alfred Lyttelton

Test Career Batting and Fielding (1880-1884)
Test Career Bowling (1880-1884)

First-Class Career Batting and Fielding (1876-1887)
First-Class Career Bowling (1876-1887)