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Richard Lowe (cricketer, born 1904) (Richard Geoffrey Harvey Lowe) was born on 11 June, 1904 in Wimbledon, Surrey. Discover Richard Lowe (cricketer, born 1904)'s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 119 years old?
|Popular As||Richard Geoffrey Harvey Lowe|
|Age||120 years old|
|Born||11 June 1904|
|Date of death||Tunbridge Wells, Kent|
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Lowe initially worked as a stockbroker, but spent most of his working life as a teacher; between 1935 and 1954 he was headteacher of Parkfield prep school at Heathfield in Sussex. He remained in contact with cricket throughout his life and was a force behind the organisation of Band of Brothers, a cricket club closely associated with Kent, during Canterbury Cricket Week. He married Joan Lewis in 1929 and died at Tunbridge Wells in Kent in July 1986 aged 82.
After going up to Cambridge, Lowe played football for Cambridge University AFC for all four years he was a student. He captained the side and played one amateur international match for England in December 1926 at Filbert Street against Scotland, although his performance in the match was judged to be timid and he was considered to have done "little or nothing" on the left-wing and had been unable to "rise to the occasion".
During July 1926 Lowe appeared twice for Kent County Cricket Club at Maidstone, the only first-class county cricket appearances of his career. He had played once for Kent's Second XI in the Minor Counties Championship in 1923 and played two more matches for the Second XI in 1928. Although he was restricted by ill health, Lowe played club cricket occasionally for Band of Brothers and stood regularly as an umpire.
He was unable to play any cricket in 1924 due to injury, but played in each of his three remaining seasons, winning Blues in all three. His first-class cricket debut came in May 1925 against Leicestershire at Fenner's and he went on to make 31 first-class appearances for the university, including playing against the touring Australians in 1926 and the New Zealanders in 1927. In the 1926 University Match he took a hat-trick and recorded his best bowling figures of 5/22 in Oxford's first innings.
Richard Geoffrey Harvey Lowe (11 June 1904 – 5 July 1986) was an English amateur sportsman who played first-class cricket and association football for Cambridge University during the 1920s. Lowe made one appearance for the England amateur football side, took a hat-trick bowling in the 1926 University Match and became a teacher after leaving university.
Lowe was born at Wimbledon in what was then Surrey in 1904. The son of Lionel and Florence Lowe, his father worked in the civil service and Lowe was educated at Westminster School. At school he played for the cricket XI for four years, captaining the team in his final year. He played for 'The Rest' in 1922 against the Lord's Schools and for the Public Schools against the Army in both 1922 and 1923. He was considered one of the better schoolboy bowlers who could "swing the ball quite late" and one of the best all-rounders, being described as a "brilliant rather than sound" batsman. In his final year at Westminster he scored 668 runs at an average of 51 and took 51 wickets with his "distinctly pacey" bowling.
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