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Vincent Valentine Personal information Batting style Right-hand bat Bowling style Right-arm fast-medium International information National side West Indian Career statistics Competition Tests First-class Matches 2 24 Runs scored 35 500 Batting average 11.66 17.85 100s/50s 0 / 0 0 / 1 Top score 19* 59* Balls bowled 288 4,604 Wickets 1 49 Bowling average 104.00 40.40 5 wickets in innings 0 0 10 wickets in match 0 0 Best bowling 1/55 4/83 Catches/stumpings 0 / 0 11 / 0 Source: [1], Vincent Adolphus Valentine - An affable player of the 1930’s, Vincent Valentine was born in Portland, Jamaica on April 4, 1908, and died in Kingston, Jamaica on July 6, 1972, aged 64. He was a fast-medium bowler that never really gave batsmen an easy shot, keeping as he did a perfect length, turning the ball both ways off the pitch and swinging it sharply through the air. He was also a forceful lower-order batsman and a safe fielder. He made his first-class debut for Jamaica in a memorable match at Melbourne Park, in February 1932 playing against Lord Tennyson’s touring team. Although he did not bat, due solely to Jamaica’s first innings score of 702 for 5 declared, he took four wickets in the match to play his part in Jamaica’s victory by an innings and 97 runs. It was in this particular match that George Headley (344 not out) and Clarence Passailaigue (261 not out) made an unbeaten stand of 487 that remains a sixth-wicket record record. After just one further match a year later, a match in which he did nothing of note with either the bat or the ball, he was selected for the West Indies tour to England in 1933. In truth, he only made the tour as a substitute for Learie Constantine who had availability restrictions due to his Lancashire League commitments for Nelson. Nineteen of Valentine’s 24 first-class matches came on the tour, including his two Test matches (the 2nd and 3rd of the trip) in which his most noted achievement was his 19 not out in the visitor’s second innings at Old Trafford. Valentine’s death in 1972 went unreported at the time and therefore no obituary appeared for him within the pages of Wisden. References World Cricketers - A Biographical Dictionary by Christopher Martin-Jenkins published by Oxford University Press (1996), The Wisden Book of Test Cricket, Volume 1 (1877-1977) compiled and edited by Bill Frindall published by Headline Book Publishing (1995), The Complete Record of West Indian Test Cricketers by Bridgette Lawrence & Ray Goble published by ACL & Polar Publishing (UK) Ltd. (1991), Persondata Name Valentine, Vincent Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death This biographical article related to West Indian cricket is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e