Full name George Aylett Goodfellow
Born March 21, 1858, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Died July 5, 1892, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia (aged 34 years 106 days)
Major teams London United
Bowling style Right-arm bowler
Relation Brother - JE Goodfellow
|First-class span||1879 - 1879|
A tall and lean fast bowler and capable batsman, George Goodfellow played one first-class match, for London United against a North of England XI in 1879. He played club cricket in Adelaide from 1875 to 1885. He was a stockbroker by profession.
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