Alan Watt      

Full name Alan Edward Watt

Born June 19, 1907, Limpsfield Chart, Surrey

Died February 3, 1974, Pembury, Kent (aged 66 years 229 days)

Major teams Kent

Batting style Right-hand bat

Bowling style Right-arm fast-medium

Batting and fielding averages
Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 Ct St
First-class 230 330 37 4098 96 13.98 0 134 0
Bowling averages
Mat Balls Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR 5w 10
First-class 230 38622 17586 610 8/100 28.82 2.73 63.3 34 6
Career statistics
First-class span 1929 - 1947
Profile

Wisden obituary
Alan Watt, the allrounder who played for Kent between 1929 and 1939, died in hospital on February 3, at the age of 66, after a long illness. With fast-medium bowling he took 609 wickets, he was a fine midoff, and an aggressive batsman who scored 4079 runs and whose highest innings-96 against M CC at Lord's in 1932-was made in 65 minutes.
The Cricketer, May 1974

Latest Photos

1955

Jim Smith, Arthur Wellard and Alan Watt in a discussion, 1955

Jim Smith, Arthur Wellard and Alan Watt in a discussion

© Getty Images

Country Fixtures Country Results
Durham v Sri Lanka A at Chester-le-Street - Jun 26-29
Sri Lanka A 353 & 24/0 (10 ov) Durham 205
Hampshire v Somerset at Southampton - Jun 26-29
Hampshire 219 & 18/1 (10 ov) Somerset 474/8d
Kent v Derbyshire at Canterbury - Jun 26-29
Kent 379 Derbyshire 291/3 (84 ov)
Middlesex v Lancashire at Lord's - Jun 26-29
Lancashire 513 Middlesex 146/1 (44 ov)
Warwickshire v Notts at Birmingham - Jun 26-29
Notts 152 Warwickshire 283/8 (79 ov)
Yorkshire v Pakistan A at Leeds - Jun 26-29
Yorkshire 246 Pakistan A 341/8 (94 ov)
3rd ODI: Eng Wn v Pak Women at Taunton - Jun 27
Eng Wn won by 202 runs
Leics v Gloucs at Leicester - Jun 27-30
Leics 252/7 (96 ov)
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