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Full name Eric Nicholas Lee Kow
Died April 7, 1961, Port of Spain, Trinidad (aged 49 years days)
|Test debut||West Indies v India at Port of Spain, Jan 21-28, 1953 scorecard|
|Last Test||West Indies v England at Georgetown, Mar 9-15, 1960 scorecard|
Eric Lee Kow was one of the best-known umpires in the West Indies. He officiated in the Second Test between the West Indies and England at Port of Spain in 1960 when many members of a crowd of 30,000 - a record for any sporting event in the Islands - objected to a run-out decision by him and invaded the playing-area.
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