Full name Alfred James Bowerman
Born November 22, 1873, Haygrove, Bridgwater, Somerset
Died 1959, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia (aged 85 years)
Major teams Great Britain, Somerset
|First-class span||1900 - 1905|
Alfred Bowerman was a middle-order batsman played twice for Somerset with no success. A keen club cricketer, he played in the England side (in reality Devon Wanderers) that won the gold medal at the 1900 Paris Olympics. Bowerman top scored with 59. A timber merchant, he later emigrated to Australia.
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