Edrich


Edrich

Edrich may refer to five English cricketers of the same family:

*Bill Edrich, (1916-1986), Middlesex and England batsman
*Brian Edrich, (born 1922), Kent and Glamorgan batsman
*Eric Edrich, (1914-1993), Lancashire wicket-keeper
*Geoff Edrich, (1918-2004), Lancashire batsman
*John Edrich, (born 1937), Surrey and England batsman


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