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George McCanlis

George McCanlis

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Occupations Athlete Cricketer
Type Sports
Gender male
Birth 3 December 1847
Death 18 October 1937
Star sign SagittariusSagittarius
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George McCanlis (3 December 1847 – 18 October 1937) was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket for Kent between 1873 and 1878. He was born at the garrison of Landguard Fort in Suffolk and died at Upper Norwood in London. Like his brother William, who also played for Kent and later became influential in the development of young cricketers through the Tonbridge Nursery, George McCanlis was a right-handed batsman sometimes used as an opener and an occasional right-arm bowler. His best innings was a score of 60 when he and his brother made 99 of the 107 runs that came from the bat in Kent's second innings in the Surrey game in 1873.

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