Brian Gomm

Cricket Player

1918 – 1995

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Who was Brian Gomm?

Brian Arthur Gomm, born at Castle Cary, Somerset on 24 June 1918 and died at Peterborough on 23 April 1995, was a cricketer who played two first-class matches for Somerset in 1939.

Gomm batted at No 8 in the first Somerset innings of the match against Essex at Wells, and at No 4 in the second innings. In a very low-scoring game, in which Somerset's two innings only totalled 123 runs, he made 0 and 5. In Somerset's next match, against Northamptonshire at Northampton, Gomm batted at No 9 and scored 2, but was not called upon in the second innings. He bowled three eight-ball overs without success. He batted right-handed, and bowled left-arm medium pace.

In 1949 and 1950, he played in non-first-class matches for The Army as a batsman only, scoring 84 in one innings against the Royal Air Force at Lord's.

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Born
1918
Died
1995

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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