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Full name William Fane Wrixon Becher
Born September 7, 1915, Roxborough, Co Limerick, Ireland
Died January 6, 2000, Brighton, Sussex (aged 84 years 121 days)
Major teams Sussex
Also known as Sir William Becher , Bart, MC
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bill Becher is best remembered as the second founder of I Zingari, restoring the club through his drive, determination and charm after the Second World War. He played three times for Sussex in 1939 as a batsman, and captained Wiltshire from 1949 to 1953. He was also a member of the British Board of Boxing Control.
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