Full name Arthur Frederick Joseph
Born March 13, 1919, Neath Abbey, Glamorgan, Wales
Died January 2, 2002, Briton Ferry, Glamorgan, Wales (aged 82 years 295 days)
Major teams Glamorgan
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Legbreak googly
|First-class span||1946 - 1946|
Joseph, Arthur Frederick, died in Briton Ferry on January 2, 2002, aged 82. His
one first-class game was Glamorgan's innings defeat by Derbyshire at Chesterfield in 1946. Bill Copson bowled him for a duck in the first innings; in the second he managed eight as Glamorgan slumped to 21 for 7. With his middle-order batting and useful legbreaks, Joseph featured prominently in club cricket in South Wales either side of World War II, when he played services cricket in the Middle East, and post-war he also had some Second Eleven games for Glamorgan.
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