Gerald Edward Victor Crutchley was born in 1890 and was a dependable right-handed middle-order batsman and leg-break googly/right-arm medium fast bowler. He scored 67 and took 2/46 for Harrow v Eton at Lord’s in 1908. He was wounded while serving with the Scots Guards and became a prisoner of war for much of the Great War. He scored 1,384 runs and took 67 wickets in 51 first-class matches. He became a Committee stalwart and served as the County President (1958-1962). His son Edward also represented the County. Gerry died in 1969.