Brian Cheesman

Cricket Player

1929 –


Who is Brian Cheesman?

Brian Eldon Frederick Cheesman is a former English cricketer. Cheesman was a right-handed batsman who bowled right-arm off break.

Cheesman made his debut for Berkshire in the 1963 Minor Counties Championship against Dorset. Also in 1963 Cheesman made a single appearance for the Surrey Second XI against the Warwickshire Second XI in the Second Eleven Championship.

In 1965 Cheesman made his List-A debut for the club in the 1965 Gillette Cup against Somerset, which Berkshire lost by five wickets. The following season Cheesman played two List-A matches in the 1966 Gillette Cup against Hertfordshire, in which Cheesman scored his highest List-A score of 31. In the Second Round Cheesman made his final List-A appearance against Gloucestershire.

Cheesman's final appearance for Berkshire came in the 1966 Minor Counties Championship against Oxfordshire. Cheesman represented Berkshire 37 times in the Championship.

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Jun 14, 1929
Shefford Woodlands
Also known as
  • Brian Eldon Frederick Cheesman
  • England

on July 23, 2013


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