Описание: High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! George Brown Studd (20 October 1859 in Netheravon, Wiltshire – 13 February 1945, Pasadena, California, USA) - cricketer and missionary. Studd was the second eldest of the famous Studd brothers, who dominated English cricket in the late 19th century. He played in four Tests with the English cricket team, and played first-class cricket for Cambridge University and Middlesex County Cricket Club. Studd was born near at Netheravon House, near Amesbury, Wiltshire, England. He won his cricket Colours for Eton in 1877 when he scored 32 and 23 against Harrow and 54 against Winchester. He went up to Cambridge in 1878, where he won his Blue as a freshman and played in the University match, against Oxford University, four times. He made 38 and 40 against Oxford in 1880, and he and two of his brothers, Kynaston Studd and Charles Studd, were all in the Cambridge team in 1881 and 1882. George was captain of Cambridge in 1882, when he scored 120, which at the time was only the seventh three-figure score and the second highest in University matches.
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