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J Wyatt was a noted amateur cricketer in the late 18th century. His career spanned the 1785 to 1787 seasons, during which he played 7 major cricket matches, mainly for Essex. Wyatt may have been the elder brother of Richard Wyatt, who played for Essex from 1789 to 1797. Wyatt was primarily a batsman who scored a total of 110 runs in 14 innings with a highest score of 26. He has not been credited with any wickets. He made 6 catches, which suggests he may have been a useful fielder in one of the close positions.
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Nothing counts so much as family, the rest are just strangers. (as Nicholas Earpp in Wyatt Earp, 1994)
Sometimes Wyatt says that he gets bullied and superheroes give him the confidence to stand up, and tell the teacher, one of his favorites is the Incredible Hulk.
When they said it would not be months, but weeks, I took that to mean a wedding was off the table, wyatt took it to mean, ‘OK, we have to get married this weekend.’.
When I first met him, I tell you, I'll never forget it, i looked right at him and he looked at me, and I thought I was looking at Wyatt Earp. He just had that look about him. Just wonderful.
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