Alec Bedser

Full name:Alec Victor Bedser
Born:4th July 1918, Reading, Berkshire, England
Died:4th April 2010, Woking, Surrey, England
Batting:Right-hand batsman
Bowling:Right-arm medium-fast
Biography:Awarded OBE in 1964 Queen's Birthday Honours, CBE in 1982 Queen's Birthday Honours, knighted in 1997 New Year's Honours
Relations:Twin brother: EA Bedser
Teams:England (Test: 1946-1955); Surrey (Main FC: 1939-1960); Marylebone Cricket Club (Main FC: 1946/47-1954/55); The Rest (Other FC: 1946-1947); England (Other FC: 1946-1955); South (Other FC: 1947-1950); Players (Other FC: 1947-1955); Marylebone Cricket Club South African Touring Team (Other FC: 1948); HDG Leveson-Gower's XI (Other FC: 1948-1949); England XI (Other FC: 1951); TN Pearce's XI (Other FC: 1951-1955); CG Howard's XI (Other FC: 1956/57); Surrey Second XI (Minor Counties Championship: 1938-1958); All teams
Surrey cap: 1946
Wisden Cricketer of the Year: 1947
Surrey benefit season: 1953 (raised 12,866 pounds)
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics
Articles:Former England pacer Bedser dies
 Kanhai, Bedser inducted into ICC Hall of Fame
 A profile of Alec Bedser

Test Career Batting and Fielding (1946-1955)
Test Career Bowling (1946-1955)

First-Class Career Batting and Fielding (1939-1960)
First-Class Career Bowling (1939-1960)







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