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Name  Keith Brown

Role  Cricket Player
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Keith Robert Brown (born 18 March 1963 Edmonton, Middlesex, England) is a former English cricketer.

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Keith Brown was educated at the Chace Comprehensive School, Enfield and he represented Middlesex and MCC as a right-handed batsman, wicket-keeper and occasional right-arm slow-medium bowler in 247 first-class matches between 1984 and 1998, scoring 10,487 runs (average 35.19; highest score 200 not out) with 499 dismissals (466 catches and 33 stumpings). He was the county's sixth most prolific wicket-keeper.

He also scored 4,749 runs in 248 List A matches (average 29.31; highest score 114) with 217 dismissals (168 catches and 49 stumpings).

He was awarded his county cap in 1990 and a benefit in 1998. He also served as vice-captain under the Middlesex captain Mark Ramprakash. Upon his retirement from first-class cricket in 1998, he became a gamesmaster and form tutor at Bramdean School, Exeter Devon.

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