Full name Paul Alexander Huntly Carey
Born May 21, 1920, Horsham, Sussex
Died November 13, 2009, Leederville, Perth, Western Australia (aged 89 years 176 days)
Major teams Baroda, Bengal, Europeans (India), Services, Sussex
Also known as Paul Alexander Dobree Carey
Batting style Left-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast
|First-class span||1942/43 - 1948|
Like several dozen of his generation, Paul Carey's first-class debut came in Indian domestic cricket while serving with the forces during World War Two and on his return to England in 1946 he played three seasons for Sussex. A right-arm opening bowler, he took 115 wickets for the county with a best of 6 for 80 against Surrey at Guildford. He moved north to take up a teaching post near Darlington, playing as a professional for the local club. In later years he ran a sports shop before emigrating to Australia in 1964.
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