George Cooper (cricket umpire)

George Cooper (Cricket Umpire)

George Cooper (cricket umpire)

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George Stephen Cooper (1 March 1907 - 29 December 1980), was an Australian cricket Test match umpire.

He umpired two Test matches between 1948 and 1950. His first match was between Australia and India at Melbourne on 6 February to 10 February 1948, a match won by Australia by an innings with Neil Harvey scoring 153 in his second Test, and Australia claiming 16 wickets for 147 runs on the final day. Cooper’s partner in this match was Andy Barlow.

Cooper’s other Test was the second match of the series between Australia and England at Melbourne on 22 December to 27 December 1950, won narrowly by Australia with no innings reaching 200. Ron Wright was the other umpire.

Cooper died at Adelaide, South Australia.

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