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This article is about the Anglo-Australian cricketer. For other people named Charles Lawrence, see Charles Lawrence (disambiguation). Charles Lawrence Personal information Batting style Right-handed batsman Bowling style Right-arm medium International information National side English Career statistics Competition First-class Matches 9 Runs scored 227 Batting average 15.13 100s/50s 0/1 Top score 78 Balls bowled Wickets 38 Bowling average 10.94 5 wickets in innings 4 10 wickets in match 2 Best bowling 7/25 Catches/stumpings 7/0 Source: CricInfo, Charles Lawrence (16 December 1828–20 December 1916) was a Surrey cricketer, represented England but is most notable as the captain-coach of the Aborigine cricket team that famously toured England in 1868, the first ever tour of England by an Australian team[1]. Lawrence played for Surrey between 1854 and 1857 and, in the days before the establishment of what is now called Test match cricket, represented England on one of the very first international cricket tours, when the team visited Australia in 1861-2. He went on to coach at the Albert Club in Sydney, working with the indigenous team (which gave him the opportunity to lead the 1868 tour) and played his last game aged 70. Lawrence, sitting at front left with fellow early cricketers. See also 1868 Aboriginal cricket tour of England External sources Cricinfo profile, (inaccurately labelling Lawrence as Australian) State Library of New South Wales Surrey site account of Surrey v Aborigines Charles Lawrence's first-class cricket career details at Cricketarchive References ^,5127,NS.html Persondata Name Lawrence, Charles Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1828 Place of birth Date of death 1916 Place of death