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Full name Grace Angela Morgan
Born May 5, 1909, Richmond-upon-Thames, Surrey
Died October 20, 1996, Surrey (aged 87 years 168 days)
Major teams England Women, South Women, Surrey Women
|Test debut||New Zealand Women v England Women at Auckland, Mar 26-29, 1949 scorecard|
|Last Test||England Women v Australia Women at The Oval, Jul 28-31, 1951 scorecard|
Grace Angela Morgan, who died on October 22, 1996, aged 87, was reserve wicketkeeper on the English tour of Australasia in 1934-35 which included the first women's Test. She played only two Tests herself, but became a prominent administrator.
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