Category:George Challenor

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English: George Challenor (June 28, 1888-July 30, 1947) was a West Indian cricketer who was part of the first West Indies Test side. He was recognised as the first great West Indian batsman, his obituary in Wisden Cricketer's Almanack ending with the words "His admirable batting did much toward raising cricket in West Indies to Test match standard". Challenor was born in Waterloo, St. Michael, Barbados and died in Collymore Rock, St. Michael, Barbados. He visited England three times as a member of a West Indian touring team; in 1906, 1923 and 1928. (→George Challenor)


George Challenor 
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West Indian cricketer
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Date of birth 28 June 1888
Saint Michael
Date of death 30 July 1947
Occupation
  • cricketer
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