|First-class span||1936/37 - 1936/37|
Like his uncle, Antony Turner's only experience of first-class cricket was in India - where he was born - when he played once for the Europeans, top scoring with 42 in the first innings of the Madras Presidency match in 1936-37. His father also played for Europeans while on military service at the time Antony was born.
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