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Full name David Lees Kitson
Born September 13, 1925, Batley, Yorkshire
Died May 17, 2002, Ilminster, Somerset (aged 76 years 246 days)
Major teams Somerset
Batting style Right-hand bat
David Kitson was a Yorkshireman who played 32 times for Somerset after moving to the west country at the end of the Second World War. He was a prolific runscorer at club level but failed to make his mark in the first-class game, managing 886 runs at 15.54. He subsequently moved to South Africa before returning to the west country where he excelled at bowls.
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