Full name Alfred Edward Green-Price
Born February 11, 1860, Norton Manor, Knighton, Radnor, Wales
Died June 29, 1940, Presteigne, Radnor, Wales (aged 80 years 139 days)
Major teams HK Foster's XI
Also known as changed name from Alfred Edward Price in 1861
Batting style Right-hand bat
Education Repton; Cambridge University
|First-class span||1919 - 1919|
The Reverend Alfred Green-Price's only claim to cricketing fame is that in his one first-class match in 1919 he was 59 years and 185 days old, the oldest person to make his first-class debut by almost ten years. He did play for the 1st XI at Repton but failed to get his cricket Blue at Cambridge, although he was in the football XI in 1882.
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