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Full name Peter Malden Studd
Born September 15, 1916, Dublin, Ireland
Died June 22, 2003, London (aged 86 years 280 days)
Major teams Cambridge University
Batting style Right-hand bat
Peter Studd came from a noted cricketing family and captained Harrow in 1934, scoring a hundred against Eton at Lord's. He subsequently went to Cambridge and won three Blues, leading the side in 1939 (his three great-uncles had all captained the Light Blues in the 1880s). The war ended his serious cricket, and he went on to become Lord Mayor of London in 1970-71.
Knighted in 1969, awarded GBE in 1971. Appointed KCVO in 1979 in recognition of his work for the Price's Trust
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