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William Attewell (commonly known as \"Dick\" Attewell; 12 June 1861, Keyworth, Nottinghamshire, England – 11 June 1927, Long Eaton, Derbyshire, England) was a cricketer who played for Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club and England. Attewell was a medium pace bowler who was renowned for his extraordinary accuracy and economy. On the many sticky or crumbling pitches encountered in his prime Attewell could get on a great deal of spin so as to always beat the bat, whilst his accuracy would make slogging - the only way to make runs under such conditions - very difficult. He was responsible for the development of \"off theory\" - bowling wide of the off stump to a packed off-side field to frustrate batsmen on the rapidly improving pitches of the 1890s. At times Attewell was a useful batsman for his county, and he scored 102 against Kent in 1897. It is true that against the extremely
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