Full name Harry Raymond Munt
Born October 31, 1902, Paddington, London
Died December 27, 1965, Derby (aged 63 years 57 days)
Major teams Middlesex
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast
|First-class span||1923 - 1923|
Colonel Harry Munt, who died as the result of a motor-car accident on December 27, aged 63, headed the Westminster batting figures in 1921 with 554 runs, average 51.36, and also took 35 wickets. He used his height to advantage as a hard-hitting batsman and fast bowler. In 1923 he played for Middlesex against Essex at Lord's, but did not bat, and he also assisted Sir Julien Cahn's XI.
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