Herbert Ironmonger (7 April 1882, Pine Mountain, Queensland - 31 May 1971, St Kilda, Victoria, Australia) was a Victorian and Australian cricketer. He was the youngest of ten children of a farmer. As a child, he lost the forefinger of his left hand (his bowling hand) in an industrial accident. A graph showing Ironmonger\s test career bowling statistics and how they have varied over time. He only made his first-class debut at the age of 27, and his Test debut at the age of 46. He played Test cricket until the age of 50, and first-class cricket until the age of 53. He is the fourth-oldest Test debutant, and the second-oldest Test player, records which are unlikely to be broken. Unsurprisingly because of his age, his Test career spanned only 14 matches, during which he took 74 wickets at an average of 17.97. In that time though he achieved some outstanding results. a hat-trick
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