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Full name  Steriker Norman Hare
Role  Cricket Player
Name  Steriker Hare

1921  Essex
Batting style  Right-handed
Education  Chigwell School
Born  31 March 1900 (1900-03-31) Tottenham, Middlesex, England
Died  September 30, 1977, Meadle, United Kingdom

Steriker Norman Hare (31 March 1900 – 30 September 1977) was an English cricketer. Hare was a right-handed batsman. He was born at Tottenham, Middlesex and educated at Chigwell School.

Hare made his first-class debut for Essex against Derbyshire in the 1921 County Championship. He made two further first-class appearances that season, against Gloucestershire and Somerset. He scored a total of 117 runs in these three matches at an average of 23.40, with a high score of 98. This score came in the match against Derbyshire, during which he shared in a stand of 251 for the 9th wicket with Johnny Douglas. This remains the record partnership for Essex for the 9th wicket.

He died at Meadle, Buckinghamshire on 30 September 1977.


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