Full name George Gladstone
Born January 14, 1901, Jamaica
Died May 19, 1978, Kingston, Jamaica (aged 77 years 125 days)
Major teams West Indies, Jamaica
Also known as George Gladstone Marais
Batting style Left-hand bat
Bowling style Slow left-arm orthodox
|Only Test||West Indies v England at Kingston, Apr 3-12, 1930 scorecard|
|First-class span||1929/30 - 1929/30|
George Gladstone, who died on May 19, 1978, aged 77, was a left-arm spinner who played once for West Indies, against England at Kingston in 1929-30. He was called up after only one match for Jamaica, in which he had match figures of 9 for 252 against MCC. However, he took 1 for 189 in the Test and never played first-class cricket again. He remained a stalwart of the Railways Cricket Club for more than 30 years. His birth certificate says his name was George Gladstone Marais.
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Registered as George Gladstone Marais
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