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Full name Douglas Hugh Thollar
Born February 13, 1919, George Town, Tasmania
Died June 14, 2005, Kyeemagh, Sydney, New South Wales (aged 86 years 121 days)
Major teams Tasmania
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Legbreak googly
Douglas Thollar was a legspinner who played three times for Tasmania immediately before the Second World War. His best performance came against an Australian XI en route to England in 1938 when he grabbed 5 for 116, but he took a mauling as those runs came off 13 overs - but his victims included Don Bradman and Stan McCabe.
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