A.E.J. Collins, was an English cricketer and soldier. He is most famous for achieving the highest-ever recorded score in cricket: as a 13-year-old schoolboy, he scored 628 not out over four afternoons in June 1899. Collins' record-making innings drew a large crowd and increasing media interest; spectators at the Old Cliftonian match in Bristol, being played nearby were drawn away to watch the junior school house cricket match in which Collins was playing.
John Percival (27 September 1834 – 3 December 1918) was the first Headmaster of Clifton College, where he made his reputation as a great educator. In his 17 years at Clifton numbers rose from 62 to 680. He accepted the Presidency of Trinity College, Oxford to recover from his years at Clifton. It was from Trinity that he went to Rugby to become Headmaster of Rugby School before becoming Bishop of Hereford. Flickr - Photo Sharing!