Alan Brown

Cricket Player

1957 –

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Who is Alan Brown?

Alan Brown is a former English cricketer who played one first-class and one List A match for Worcestershire in 1979. He was born in Darwen, Lancashire.

His first-team career lasted a mere four days: his only first-class match was a three-day affair against Oxford University, and on the Sunday that fell between the first and second days of that game he appeared in a John Player League match against Middlesex. Worcestershire declared twice against the students and were not bowled out against Middlesex, so Brown did not get a bat. He did, however, hold five catches over the two games.

Brown played for several years at Second XI level, making two half-centuries in 49 innings. He also played one minor game against Ireland in 1979.

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Born
Dec 23, 1957
Nationality
  • England

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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