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John Lambert Kerr CNZM OBE (born Dannevirke, 28 December 1910 – died Christchurch, 27 May 2007) was a New Zealand cricketer who played seven Tests for the New Zealand cricket team before the Second World War. He was the second oldest surviving Test cricketer at the date of his death, 10 days younger than fellow countryman Eric Tindill, and the third longest-lived Test cricketer, after Tindill and Francis MacKinnon.

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  • John Lambert Kerr CNZM OBE (born Dannevirke, 28 December 1910 – died Christchurch, 27 May 2007) was a New Zealand cricketer who played seven Tests for the New Zealand cricket team before the Second World War. He was the second oldest surviving Test cricketer at the date of his death, 10 days younger than fellow countryman Eric Tindill, and the third longest-lived Test cricketer, after Tindill and Francis MacKinnon.
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