|Is||Athlete Cricketer Physician Gastroenterologist|
|Field||Biology Healthcare Sports|
|Birth||18 January 1966, Bingham, United Kingdom|
Jonathan Maurice Crathorne Stenner (born 18 January 1966) is an English gastroenterologist and a former first-class cricketer.
Stenner was born in January 1969 at RAF Newton near Bingham, Nottinghamshire. He studied medicine at Magdalene College, Cambridge. While studying at Cambridge, he made a single appearance in first-class cricket for Cambridge University against Yorkshire at Fenner's in 1988. Batting twice in the match, Stenner was dismissed for 10 runs in the Cambridge first-innings by Phil Carrick, while in their second-innings he was dismissed for 13 runs by David Towse. In addition to playing first-class cricket, he also played minor counties cricket for Cambridgeshire in 1987, making a single appearance in the Minor Counties Championship. After graduating from Cambridge, he became a doctor. Stenner currently practices as a consultant gastroenterologist at the East Surrey Hospital.