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Full name Barry James Keith Pryer
Born February 1, 1925, Plumstead, London
Died October 15, 2007, Perth, Western Australia (aged 82 years 256 days)
Major teams Cambridge University, Kent
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Legbreak
Education City of London; Cambridge University
Barry Pryor was a legspinner and lower-order batsman who made his debut in 1946 for Combined Services against Surrey taking 4 for 25, his best first-class figures. He won a Blue at Cambridge in 1948 and also turned out twice for Kent.
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