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Alan Dawson (cricketer)

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Name  Alan Dawson (cricketer)
Full Name  Alan Charles Dawson
Batting style  Right-hand bat
Alan Dawson (Cricketer)

Born  27 November 1969 (1969-11-27) (age 45)
Birth Place  Cape Town, Cape Province
Died  February 23, 1996, Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Albums  Waltzin with Flo, The Last From Lennies
Music group  The Dave Brubeck Quartet (1968 – 1972)
Bowling style  Right-arm medium-fast
Education  Berklee College of Music
Movies  Jazz Icons: Bill Evans: Live in 64-75

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Alan Charles Dawson (born 27 November 1969 in Cape Town, Cape Province) is a South African cricketer who played two Tests and 19 One Day Internationals for South Africa as a seam bowler.


Alan Dawson (Cricketer) in the past

His international career lasted from 1998 to 2004, yielding 21 ODI wickets at a bowling average of 34.04 and five Test wickets at 23.39. However, both of his Tests were against bottom-ranked Bangladesh.

Alan Dawson (Cricketer) family

Dawson's best 'international' performance occurred in the semi final of the Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur in 1998. South Africa had lost nine wickets when Dawson joined Nicky Boje at the crease. They put on a partnership to steer South Africa into the final where they beat Australia (captained by Steve Waugh)

Dawson's best batting in first class cricket occurred in a Supersport Series final when Western Province had lost much of their upper order and Dawson and Eric Simons rescued them to post a decent total which they defended.

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Alan Dawson (cricketer) Wikipedia

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