Michael Green

Cricket Player

1891 – 1971

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Who was Michael Green?

Michael Arthur Green, born at Bristol on 3 October 1891 and died at Kensington, London on 28 December 1971, was an all-round sportsman primarily known as a first-class cricketer for Gloucestershire and Essex, and as a cricket administrator who managed England tours to South Africa and Australia and who was secretary of Worcestershire. He also played soccer and rugby union to county standard.

Green was a career army officer who reached the rank of Brigadier and served in both the First World War and the Second World War. He represented the British Army at cricket, soccer, rugby and squash.

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Born
1891
Lived in
  • Bristol
Died
1971

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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