Arthur O'Bree

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Arthur O'Bree (31 May 1886 — 27 December 1943) was an Indian-born English cricketer who played first-class cricket for Glamorgan. He was born in Maharashtra and died in Baragwanath, South Africa.

He debuted for Glamorgan in the 1920 Minor Counties Championship season, in which he played four games for the side. He also played in six miscellaneous matches during the season, including a Gentlemen v. Players fixture, and three further matches against Welsh sides.

O'Bree's first-class debut came against Sussex in the 1921 season, in which he scored a duck in the first innings, and was bowled out by the younger Gilligan brother, four-time Test representative Harold in the second. He picked up towards the end of the season and, the following year, scored a career best 42 not out against Worcestershire. Glamorgan finished second bottom of the County Championship in 1922, with no improvement the following year as O'Bree made his final commitments to playing in the upper order for the team in this year.

O'Bree was a military colonel who, prior to his County Championship engagements, was engaged in colonial service in his native country.

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