Stone was the first choice keeper for Hampshire from 1900 until 1914 before the war intervened. Following the war he moved to Wales and in 1923, his final year of first-class cricket, Stone scored the first ever century by a Glamorgan batsman against a touring team. His innings of 108 was made against the West Indies and he was 46 years of age.
After retiring, Stone became a first-class cricket umpire. He quit umpiring in 1934 and died 8 years later in Berkshire.