Full name Geoffrey Hubert Ward
Born November 22, 1926, Rainham, Kent
Died April 20, 2008, Bearsted, Kent (aged 81 years 150 days)
Major teams Essex, Kent
Batting style Right-hand bat
Fielding position Wicketkeeper
|First-class span||1949 - 1950|
Geoff Ward was a wicketkeeper and lower-order batsman who played for Kent 2nd XI in the years after World War Two, making two Championship appearances in 1949. He also turned out once for Essex, in a non-Championship game, in 1950.
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