Philip Stewart-Brown

Philip Stewart-Brown

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Philip Harman Stewart-Brown (30 April 1904 in Bromborough, Cheshire, England – 21 December 1960 in London) was an English cricketer. A right-handed batsman and occasional wicket-keeper, he played first-class cricket between 1924 and 1927, mostly for Oxford University.

Career

Stewart-Brown made his first-class debut for Oxford University against Lancashire in May 1924. He also played against Kent the same month. He played six first-class matches for them the following year, gaining his blue when he played against Cambridge University at Lord's in July. at CricketArchive

In 1926, he played his final seven first-class matches for Oxford University, including matches against Australia and Ireland. The following year, he played two first-class matches against Oxford University, for Harlequins and for HDG Leveson-Gower's XI. He later played four matches for the Straits Settlements against the Federated Malay States between 1928 and 1937.

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