Full name Edward Alfred Watts
Born August 1, 1912, Peckham, London
Died May 3, 1982, Cheam, Surrey (aged 69 years 275 days)
Major teams Surrey
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast-medium
|First-class span||1933 - 1949|
A fast-medium bowler and middle-order batsman, what should have been Watts's golden years coincided with the war. In 1939 he took all ten against Warwickshire. He subsequently ran a sports shop in Cheam, Surrey.
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