Arthur Dolphin (24 December 1885 in Wilsden, Bingley, Yorkshire, England – 23 October 1942 in Lilycroft, Heaton, Bradford, Yorkshire, England) was a cricketer, who kept wicket for Yorkshire County Cricket Club between 1905 and 1927. He also played first-class cricket for the Marylebone Cricket Club. He is part of a proud tradition of Yorkshire wicket keepers, stretching back to Ned Stephenson, George Pinder, Joe Hunter and David Hunter before him and Arthur Wood, Jimmy Binks, David Bairstow and Richard Blakey after his day. The worthy successor to David Hunter as Yorkshire\s wicket keeper he gave loyal service to the county for 22 years. His ability behind the stumps was considered almost equal to that of his contemporary Surrey\s Herbert Strudwick, and in his long career he was an internal part of eight Championship winning Yorkshire sides. The first Bradford League player chosen to
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