Full name Arthur Edward Ochse
Born March 11, 1870, Graaff-Reinet, Cape Colony
Died April 11, 1918, France (aged 48 years 31 days)
Major teams South Africa, Transvaal
Batting style Right-hand bat
|Test debut||South Africa v England at Port Elizabeth, Mar 12-13, 1889 scorecard|
|Last Test||South Africa v England at Cape Town, Mar 25-26, 1889 scorecard|
|First-class span||1888/89 - 1894/95|
A middle-order batsman, Arthur Ochse made his Test debut the day after his 19th birthday - the youngest South African Test debutant - against England at Port Elizabeth, retaining his place for the second match , but he did little of not in either game. He played on three other first-class games, all for Transvaal - one in 1891 and two in 1895. He died on the Western Front during Germany's spring offensive in 1918.
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