Full name Maurice Alfred Crouch
Born August 9, 1917, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire
Died March 19, 2001, Morocco (aged 83 years 222 days)
Major teams Cambridgeshire, Marylebone Cricket Club, Minor Counties
Batting style Right-hand bat
|First-class span||1950 - 1952|
|List A span||1964 - 1964|
Maurice Alfred Crouch, who died in Morocco on March 19 aged 83, was a right-hand batsman educated at Oundle. He played for Cambridgeshire in the Minor Counties championship from 1936-1965 and captained the team from 1952. He also played four first-class matches between 1950 and 1952, three for MCC and one for Minor Counties, accruing 205 runs in seven innings. His best score was 81 against Oxford at Lord's in 1952 when he shared an opening stand of 157 in two hours with Yorkshire's Harry Halliday. Crouch was a member of the XL club and among the other clubs he played for were March, Wisbech, Camden and St Giles.
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