Full name Alfred Percy Marr
Born March 28, 1862, Pyrmont, Sydney, New South Wales
Died March 15, 1940, Arncliffe, New South Wales (aged 77 years 353 days)
Major teams Australia, New South Wales
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium
|Only Test||Australia v England at Melbourne, Jan 1-5, 1885 scorecard|
|First-class span||1882/83 - 1890/91|
Alfred Marr, who died at Sydney in March, aged 77, played for the Combined XI of Australia in one of four such matches against Arthur Shrewsbury's side in 1885. A useful batsman and bowler for New South Wales, he was chosen three times to come to England, but was never able to accept the invitation. So well did he maintain his ability that when 67 years of age, in grade competition match at Sydney, he scored 101.
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