Full name George Michael Singleton
Born May 12, 1913, Repton, Derbyshire
Died December 11, 2002, Malvern, Worcestershire (aged 89 years 213 days)
Major teams Worcestershire
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Slow left-arm orthodox
|First-class span||1946 - 1946|
Singleton, Michael, OBE, MC, who died at Malvern on December 11, 2002, aged 89, was the elder brother of the Oxford Blue and 1946 Worcestershire captain, AP "Sandy" Singleton. George Michael Singleton played two games for Worcestershire that summer, having also played alongside his brother for the Free Foresters against Cambridge. His left-arm spin brought him five first-class wickets at 29.20. Batting down the order he averaged 8.50 with a best of 23 against Combined Services at Worcester.
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