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Full name Alfred John Day Diver
Born July 6, 1823, Cambridge
Died March 25, 1876, Rugby, Warwickshire (aged 52 years 263 days)
Major teams Cambridge Town Club, Cambridgeshire, Middlesex, Nottinghamshire
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast-medium (roundarm), Right-arm fast-medium (underarm)
Relation Nephew - EJ Diver
|First-class debut||Cambridge Town Club v Cambridge University at Cambridge, May 25-26, 1843 scorecard|
Alfred Diver, who was generally known as Ducky, was a reliable professional batsman, and also a decent roundarm bowler, mainly for Cambridgeshire at a time they were among the leading counties. He was one of the 12 professionals who made the first major international tour to North America in the autumn of 1859.
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