Full name Hubert Digby Watson
Born December 31, 1869, Harrow, Middlesex
Died October 9, 1947, Inkpen, Berkshire (aged 77 years 282 days)
Major teams Oxford University
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm slow (underarm)
Education Harrow School; Oxford University
Relation Brother - AK Watson
|First-class span||1891 - 1892|
Hubert Watson, CIE., CBE, died October 9, aged 77. Contemporary with F. S. Jackson and A. C. MacLaren at Harrow, 1887-88. Opening batsman for Oxford in 1891 when M. R. Jardine was captain. Cambridge, captained by Gregor MacGregor, won a great match by two wickets. Born on December 31, 1869, he was younger brother of A. K. Watson.
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