Grace, W.G. ( William Gilbert) (1848–1915) English cricketer. He played for England, Gloucestershire, and London County. He scored 54,896 runs (including 126 centuries), took 2876 wickets, and held 877 catches in first-class matches. He led England in 13 of his 22 test matches (1880–99).
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