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Full name  Albert Edward Waters
1923–1925  Gloucestershire
1928–1931  Wiltshire

Bowling style  Unknown
Batting style  Right-handed
Name  Albert Waters
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Born  8 May 1902 (1902-05-08) Stoke Bishop, Bristol, England
Died  28 May 1985(1985-05-28) (aged 83) Bristol, England

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Albert Edward Waters (8 May 1902 – 25 June 1985) was an English cricketer. Waters was a right-handed batsman, although his bowling style is unknown. He was born at Stoke Bishop, Bristol.

Waters made his first-class debut for Gloucestershire against Glamorgan in the 1923 County Championship at The Victoria Ground, Cheltenham. Waters made fifteen further first-class appearances for the county, the last of which came against Sussex at Greenbank Cricket Ground, Bristol, in the 1925 County Championship. In his sixteen first-class matches, he scored 270 runs at an average of 12.85, with a high score of 42. With the ball, he took 5 wickets at a bowling average of 75.40, with best figures of 2/13. He later played minor counties cricket for Wiltshire, making his debut for the county against the Surrey Second XI at The Oval in the 1928 Minor Counties Championship. He made fourteen further Minor Counties Championship appearances for Wiltshire, the last of which came against the Kent Second XI in the 1931 Minor Counties Championship.

He died at Bristol on 25 June 1985.

References

Albert Waters Wikipedia


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