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Full name Albert Henry Percival Snow
Born August 9, 1852, Bedford
Died April 5, 1909, Gunnersbury, Middlesex (aged 56 years 239 days)
Major teams Middlesex
Bowling style Left-arm fast
Albert Snow was a left-arm fast bowler whose four matches as an amteur for Middlesex produced a remarkable return of 22 wickets. He started with 9 for 112 against Oxford University and followed up with 7 for 92 against Yorkshire. He finished 1875 with 20 wickets at 13.60 but played only once after that. He subsequently represented Bedfordshire as an allrounder.
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