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''Time-Flight'' does not actually specify his first name, but it's a logical conclusion based on the sum of the dialogue. No ''[[Doctor Who]]'' story tells the audience that he was a particularly renowned [[batsman]], nor that the Doctor would have been particularly interested in the matchup between Wisden's [[bowling (cricket)|bowling]] and Pilch's batting.
 
''Time-Flight'' does not actually specify his first name, but it's a logical conclusion based on the sum of the dialogue. No ''[[Doctor Who]]'' story tells the audience that he was a particularly renowned [[batsman]], nor that the Doctor would have been particularly interested in the matchup between Wisden's [[bowling (cricket)|bowling]] and Pilch's batting.
 
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Fuller Pilch was a cricketer active in at least 1851. Immediately following Adric's death, the Fifth Doctor wanted to go to Lord's to see a few overs with him and Wisden in the match on the opening day of The Great Exhibition. (DW: Time-Flight)

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Time-Flight does not actually specify his first name, but it's a logical conclusion based on the sum of the dialogue. No Doctor Who story tells the audience that he was a particularly renowned batsman, nor that the Doctor would have been particularly interested in the matchup between Wisden's bowling and Pilch's batting.

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