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Full name John Saunders
Born Date unknown
Died Date unknown
Major teams Middlesex
Batting style Left-hand bat
John Saunders is one of a rare breed of who almost nothing is known, including dates of birth and death. He played twice for Middlesex in May 1891 as a professional, batting at No. 9 and No.8. Most of his cricket was played for Buckinghamshire where he batted at No. 3.
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