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Walter Robins, Middlesex, Eng (1925-1951) and Greville Stevens Middlesex, Eng (1919 - 1932) 2 excellent autographs

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RWV Robins, Middlesex and England (1925-1951) and GTS Stevens Middlesex and England (1919 - 1932) 2 autographs

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RWV Robins, Middlesex and England (1925-1951) and GTS Stevens Middlesex and England (1919 - 1932) 2 excellent autographs
Wisden obituary
Robert Walter Vivian Robins, who died at his home near Lord's on December 12, aged 62, will live in history as one of the most dynamic all-round cricketers of his time. In three of his four years in the XI at Highgate School he headed both batting and bowling averages, being captain in the last, 1925, when, with an innings of 206 and seven wickets for 54 runs against Aldenham his outstanding performance, he scored 816 runs, average 62.76, and dismissed 60 batsmen for 15.18 runs apiece. He also captained the Highgate football XI. In 1925, while still at school, he made his first appearance for Middlesex, for whom he played irregularly till 1950. In all first-class cricket, he hit 13,490 runs, average 26.45, and took 946 wickets at 23.59 runs each--figures which do not convey his true worth.

Greville Stevens
England (Test: 1922/23-1929/30); Middlesex (Main FC: 1919-1932); Oxford University (Main FC: 1920-1923); Marylebone Cricket Club (Main FC: 1920-1933); Gentlemen (Other FC: 1919-1931); CI Thornton's XI (Other FC: 1919-1926); England (Other FC: 1922/23-1929/30); Rest of England (Other FC: 1923-1931); HDG Leveson-Gower's XI (Other FC: 1923-1933); South of England (Other FC: 1926); Harlequins (Other FC: 1928); Lord Tennyson's XI (Other FC: 1931/32);