Full name Geoffrey William Vavasour
Born September 5, 1914, Queenstown, Co Cork, Ireland
Died July 28, 1997, Wandworth, London (aged 82 years 326 days)
Major teams Combined Services
Also known as Sir Geoffrey Vavasour
Batting style Right-hand bat
|First-class span||1947 - 1947|
Sir Geoffrey Wiliam Vavasour, Bt has a distinguished military career as gunnery officer, latterly Commander, Royal Navy and he was later pioneer in sports sponsoreship with Slazengers. He played cricket, tennis, rugby and golf for the Navy, and played one first-class match for Combined Services (1947), scoring 8 and 6.
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