Arthur Edward Robert Gilligan est un joueur de cricket international anglais né le 23 décembre 1894 à Londres et décédé le 5 septembre 1976 à Pulborough. Il effectue la majeure partie de sa carrière au sein du Sussex County Cricket Club. Il dispute onze test-matchs avec l'équipe d'Angleterre entre 1922 et 1925, dont neuf en tant que capitaine.

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  • Arthur Edward Robert Gilligan est un joueur de cricket international anglais né le 23 décembre 1894 à Londres et décédé le 5 septembre 1976 à Pulborough. Il effectue la majeure partie de sa carrière au sein du Sussex County Cricket Club. Il dispute onze test-matchs avec l'équipe d'Angleterre entre 1922 et 1925, dont neuf en tant que capitaine.
  • Arthur Edward Robert Gilligan (23 December 1894 – 5 September 1976) was an English cricketer who captained the England cricket team in 1924 and 1925. In first-class cricket, he played as an amateur, mainly for Cambridge University and Sussex, and captained the latter team between 1922 and 1929. He captained England on nine occasions, winning four matches, losing four and drawing one. A fast bowler and hard-hitting lower order batsman, Gilligan completed the double in 1923 and was one of Wisden's Cricketers of the Year for 1924. When his playing career ended, he held several important positions in cricket, including that of England selector and president of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC). A popular figure within cricket, he was regarded as sporting and friendly.Gilligan played cricket for Dulwich College before the First World War, then for Cambridge, twice winning his blue. After briefly playing county cricket for Surrey, he moved to Sussex in 1920. Following a slow start to his county career, he rapidly improved and was appointed Sussex captain. He played for England on an overseas tour, and in partnership with Maurice Tate established a formidable bowling reputation. Appointed captain of England in 1924, Gilligan was at the height of his form when he suffered a blow to his heart while batting that year. The strain affected his bowling, which was never as effective afterwards, but he still captained England in Australia during the 1924–25 season. The series was lost, but both he and his team were popular and respected. In following years he played less frequently; he resigned as Sussex captain in 1929 and retired three years later. He subsequently became a writer, journalist and respected cricket commentator while maintaining his connections with Sussex.During his playing days, Gilligan was a member of the British Fascists. He came to the notice of the Australian secret service during the 1924–25 MCC tour, and it is possible he helped to establish small fascist groups in Australia. It is unknown how long he remained a member, but the organisation practically ceased to exist by 1926. As a captain, Gilligan was well-liked by players and commentators, although many did not believe he was an effective tactician. Nevertheless, under his leadership, Sussex became an attractive, competitive team. He encouraged the search for young talent, and the players consequently discovered became the backbone of the club into the 1930s. As a fielder, he inspired his teams to become good fielding sides. In addition, as MCC captain of a team which toured India in 1926–27, he encouraged Indians to take responsibility for their own cricket board instead of allowing white Englishmen to run Indian cricket, and lobbied the MCC to bestow Test match status on the Indian team. As MCC president, he played a part in the D'Oliveira affair in 1968. He died in 1976, aged 81.
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  • Arthur Edward Robert Gilligan est un joueur de cricket international anglais né le 23 décembre 1894 à Londres et décédé le 5 septembre 1976 à Pulborough. Il effectue la majeure partie de sa carrière au sein du Sussex County Cricket Club. Il dispute onze test-matchs avec l'équipe d'Angleterre entre 1922 et 1925, dont neuf en tant que capitaine.
  • Arthur Edward Robert Gilligan (23 December 1894 – 5 September 1976) was an English cricketer who captained the England cricket team in 1924 and 1925. In first-class cricket, he played as an amateur, mainly for Cambridge University and Sussex, and captained the latter team between 1922 and 1929. He captained England on nine occasions, winning four matches, losing four and drawing one.
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