Full name George Fenwick Cresswell
Born March 22, 1915, Wanganui
Died January 10, 1966, Blenheim, Marlborough (aged 50 years 294 days)
Major teams New Zealand, Central Districts, Wellington
Batting style Left-hand bat
Relation Brother - AE Cresswell
|Test debut||England v New Zealand at The Oval, Aug 13-16, 1949 scorecard|
|Last Test||New Zealand v England at Wellington, Mar 24-28, 1951 scorecard|
|First-class span||1949/50 - 1954/55|
A medium-pacer with an odd, front-on delivery, Cresswell made his first-class debut at 34 and had a very good tour of England in 1949, on which he took 62 wickets. He played three Tests in all, and was found dead in Marlborough in 1966 with a shotgun at his side.
New Zealand Cricket Almanack Player of the Year 1950
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