|First-class span||1929/30 - 1930/31|
Cecil Payn, an allround South African sportsman, died suddenly in Durban on October 31, aged 66. He played cricket for Natal, whom he also represented at athletics, boxing and baseball, and was a Rugby Springbok.
The Cricketer Spring Annual, 1960
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