|Full name||Esmond Seymour Maurice Kentish|
|Born||21 November, 1916|
Cornwall Mountain, Westmoreland, Jamaica
|Died||10 June, 2011|
|Test debut (cap 65)||27 March 1948 v England|
|Last Test||15 January 1954 v England|
Source: CricketArchive, 3 October 2019
Kentish made his Test debut in the fourth Test of the West Indies vs England series in the 1947/48 season. He had match bowling figures of 3–106 as the West Indies won by ten wickets. He didn't play Test cricket again for the West Indies until the first Test of the West Indies vs England series in the 1953/54 season. He went wicketless in England's first innings, but took 5–49 in their second as the West Indies won by 140 runs.
Later he went to Oxford University to study at St John's College. He played 14 matches for Oxford University in 1956, taking 44 wickets at an average of 25.77. At 39, he was the oldest player to play in the University Match.
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