Alfred Mullins played once for Glamorgan during 1890 and was also a leading figure with Monmouthshire CCC.
He was a corn merchant and a very well-known figure in Monmouthshire society who lived at Yewberry House in Tidenham, a village to the east of Chepstow and on the southern flank of the Forest of Dean. A member of both Chepstow CC and Tidenham CC, the all-rounder had played in the match at Piercefield Park in 1882 when a XXII of Chepstow and District defeated the United All-England XI, with Mullins gleefully claiming 4/24 as the professional side were dismissed for just 47.
Mullins played for Monmouthshire during the 1880s and made one appearance for Glamorgan in their Minor County Friendly against the MCC at Swansea in June 1890. He continued to be a leading all-rounder with Chepstow CC during the 1890s and helped them win the Monmouthshire Knockout Cup on several occasions. He was also renowned for always arriving at the Chepstow club in a pony and trap which he had personally driven from Tidenham.
MULLINS, Alfred Edward.
Born – Chepstow, July 1858.
Died – Tidenham, 30 November 1913.
Batting and Fielding Record
Minor County Friendlies – 8 and 2/44 v MCC at St. Helen’s, Swansea, 1890.