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James Aitchison (born 26 May 1920 in Kilmarnock, Scotland, died 13 February 1994 in Glasgow) was a Scottish first-class cricketer. Only two other players have appeared more times in first class cricket for Scotland, and he holds the team's record for most career runs and highest individual score. In the match against Ireland in 1959 he batted throughout the first day to make 190 not out. In club cricket for Kilmarnock he made 18,344 runs with 56 centuries. He served as a minister in the Church of Scotland for 34 years until his retirement in 1986.

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  • James Aitchison (born 26 May 1920 in Kilmarnock, Scotland, died 13 February 1994 in Glasgow) was a Scottish first-class cricketer. Only two other players have appeared more times in first class cricket for Scotland, and he holds the team's record for most career runs and highest individual score. In the match against Ireland in 1959 he batted throughout the first day to make 190 not out. In club cricket for Kilmarnock he made 18,344 runs with 56 centuries. He served as a minister in the Church of Scotland for 34 years until his retirement in 1986.
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  • James Aitchison (born 26 May 1920 in Kilmarnock, Scotland, died 13 February 1994 in Glasgow) was a Scottish first-class cricketer. Only two other players have appeared more times in first class cricket for Scotland, and he holds the team's record for most career runs and highest individual score. In the match against Ireland in 1959 he batted throughout the first day to make 190 not out. In club cricket for Kilmarnock he made 18,344 runs with 56 centuries. He served as a minister in the Church of Scotland for 34 years until his retirement in 1986. In 2011 he was one of the twelve initial inductees into the Scottish Cricket Hall of Fame.
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