John Ashby Lester was an American cricketer, active in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Lester was one of the Philadelphian cricketers who played from the end of the 19th century until the outbreak of World War I. His obituary in Wisden Cricketers' Almanack, described him as "one of the great figures in American cricket." During his career, he played in 53 matches for the Philadelphians, 47 of which are considered first class. From 1897 until his retirement in 1908, Lester led the batting averages in Philadelphia and captained all the international home matches.
|Full name:||John Ashby Lester|
|Born:||01, 1871, Penrith, Cumberland, England|
|Died:||03, 1969, Haverford, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania|
|Bowling style:||Right-arm slow|
About John Lester
Gaming enthusiast who created the gaming website Gamestar81 and its various corresponding YouTube channels. The site is primarily a source for reviews of retro video games and consoles.
He graduated from Saguaro High School in Scottsdale, Arizona and studied Marketing at Arizona State University. He created his main Gamestar81 YouTube channel in 2008.
He is the host of the podcast All Gen Gamers.
He has recorded his wife playing games for his website. He has a son named Mark.
Like NES Pat, he runs a YouTube channel dedicated to retro gaming.
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- Cricketers from Pennsylvania
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- Harvard Graduate School of Education alumni