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Herbert Temlett Gamlin (12 February 1878 – 12 July 1937) played first-class cricket for Somerset in 1895 and 1896.[1] He was born at West Buckland, Somerset and died at North Cheam, Surrey. Gamlin played as a tail-ender right-handed batsman and a right-arm off-break bowler in two consecutive matches in July 1895. In the first, he failed to score a run or take a wicket against Essex at Taunton.[2] Essex's total of 692 was the team's highest first-class score for 95 years until surpassed in 1990.[3] Gamlin's second match, against Lancashire, also at Taunton, was even more difficult; Lancashire scored 801 and captain Archie MacLaren scored 424, the first score of more than 400 runs by an individual batsman in first-class cricket. MacLaren finally fell to Gamlin's off-spin, and Gamlin took the last wicket of the innings as well, perversely turning in the best bowling figures of his short first-class career in this innings by taking two for 100.[4] He failed to score in this match too. After four consecutive scores of 0, he finally made 2 and 5 in his single match in 1896, against Yorkshire, but he failed to take any further wickets, and this was the final first-class match of his career.[5] References ^ "Herbert Gamlin". Retrieved 2011-05-06.  ^ "Scorecard: Somerset v Essex". 1895-07-11. Retrieved 2011-05-11.  ^ "Highest team totals for Essex". Retrieved 2011-05-12.  ^ "Scorecard: Somerset v Lancashire". 1895-07-15. Retrieved 2011-05-11.  ^ "Scorecard: Somerset v Yorkshire". 1896-05-11. Retrieved 2011-05-11.  Persondata Name Gamlin, Herbert Alternative names Short description Date of birth 12 February 1878 Place of birth Date of death 12 July 1937 Place of death