George Robert Byrne was an English cricketer: a right-handed batsman and right arm medium-pace bowler who played 12 times in first-class cricket, playing for both Warwickshire and Worcestershire. Born in Northfield, Birmingham, Byrne made his debut for Warwickshire against Middlesex in late July 1912, returning figures of 3-9 in the first innings; two of these wickets came in his first over, his first victim being future Test batsman Frank Mann. With the bat he was rather less successful, making 8 and 4. He played a further seven games for Warwickshire that season, and though managed only another three wickets he ended with a bowling average of just 14.00. He did not contribute much with the bat: in all of 1912 he scored only 36 runs in 12 innings for a batting average of a 3.00. He also took the only catch of his entire career, to dismiss Sussex opener Robert Relf off the bowling of Willie Quaife.
About George Byrne
Professional photographer whose work has been featured in publications such as Wilderness Magazine, Vogue Australia, and the British Journal Of Photography. He has garnered more than 110,000 followers on his george_byrne Instagram account.
He graduated from Sydney's College Of The Arts in 2001.
In September 2017, he opened an exhibition known as New Order.
He is originally from Australia.
Actor Bobby Cannavale opened one of his photography exhibits.
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