Emmanuel Alfred Martindale, dit Manny Martindale, est un joueur de cricket barbadien né le 25 novembre 1909 et mort le 17 mars 1972. Ce fast bowler dispute dix test-matchs avec l'équipe des Indes occidentales entre 1933 et 1939.

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  • Emmanuel Alfred Martindale, dit Manny Martindale, est un joueur de cricket barbadien né le 25 novembre 1909 et mort le 17 mars 1972. Ce fast bowler dispute dix test-matchs avec l'équipe des Indes occidentales entre 1933 et 1939.
  • Emmanuel Alfred "Manny" Martindale (25 November 1909 – 17 March 1972) was a West Indian cricketer who played in ten Tests from 1933 to 1939. He was a right-arm fast bowler with a long run up; although not tall for a bowler of his type he bowled at a fast pace. With Learie Constantine, Martindale was one of the earliest in the long succession of Test-playing West Indian fast bowlers. During the time he played, the West Indies bowling attack depended largely on his success. Critics believe that his record and performances stand comparison with bowlers of greater reputation and longer careers.Chosen for the West indies tour of England in 1933 despite having played little cricket and being an unknown quantity, he was a great success. He took over 100 first-class wickets and took over half of the West Indies' wickets in the three Tests played. He was the leading bowler when West Indies won their first Test series, against England in 1935–36, and had great success against the leading English batsmen. In the final game of the series, one of his deliveries broke the jaw of Bob Wyatt, the England captain. When he returned to tour England a second time in 1939, Martindale was less successful, but he had by then established himself in League Cricket in England. He moved there to play initially for Burnley Cricket Club, but remained in England for the next 28 years as a professional cricketer. Upon returning to live in Barbados in 1964, Martindale took up coaching. He died in 1972.
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  • Emmanuel Alfred Martindale, dit Manny Martindale, est un joueur de cricket barbadien né le 25 novembre 1909 et mort le 17 mars 1972. Ce fast bowler dispute dix test-matchs avec l'équipe des Indes occidentales entre 1933 et 1939.
  • Emmanuel Alfred "Manny" Martindale (25 November 1909 – 17 March 1972) was a West Indian cricketer who played in ten Tests from 1933 to 1939. He was a right-arm fast bowler with a long run up; although not tall for a bowler of his type he bowled at a fast pace. With Learie Constantine, Martindale was one of the earliest in the long succession of Test-playing West Indian fast bowlers. During the time he played, the West Indies bowling attack depended largely on his success.
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