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Full name Sivert Vause Samuelson
Born November 21, 1883, York, Natal
Died November 18, 1958, Durban, Natal (aged 74 years 362 days)
Major teams South Africa, Natal
Batting style Right-hand bat
|Only Test||South Africa v England at Cape Town, Mar 11-14, 1910 scorecard|
A slow right-arm bowler, Sivert Samuelson played one Test for South Africa, against England at Cape Town in 1910-11 where he went wicketless. The following season he was devastating for Natal in the Currie Cup with 13-wicket hauls against Griqualand West and Orange Free State, ending the summer with 41 wickets at 13.87.
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