George Crowe

Cricket Player

1885 – 1976

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Who was George Crowe?

George Lawson Crowe was an English cricketer: a right-handed batsman who made 23 first-class appearances between 1906 and 1913, all for Worcestershire.

Born in Worcester, Crowe attended Westminster School, and achieved a place in the school team in 1903. He made his first-class debut three years later for Worcestershire against Hampshire, scoring 78 in the first innings; this was to remain his highest first-class score, and indeed he made only one more fifty: 56 against the same opponents in 1909. He took only two wickets, one being that of Test player Charlie McGahey.

In retirement Crowe served for many years as a master at Bromley County Grammar School; he died at the age of 91 in that town.

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Born
Jan 8, 1885
Nationality
  • England
Died
Jun 23, 1976

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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