Arnold Harvey

Arnold Harvey

Thomas Arnold Harvey (known as Arnold; born 17 April 1878 in Marsh's Library, Dublin, Ireland; died 25 December 1966 in Dublin) was an Irish cricketer and Rugby Union player. He was captain of Dublin University Cricket Club in 1902, and while still at Trinity College, Dublin toured with an Ireland XI. Harvey was also an international hurdler as a student. He later became a Church of Ireland (Anglican) bishop.

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