Alfred Percy Williams (died 22 May 1933) was an Australian cricket Test match umpire. He umpired one Test match, between Australia and England, played at Sydney on 19 December to 27 December 1924. This match was notable for being the first Test match in which the 8-ball over was used, for Bill Ponsford’s century on debut, and for the 127 run partnership for the 10th wicket between Johnny Taylor and Arthur Mailey, still Australia’s best for this wicket. Williams' colleague was Alfred Jones.

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  • Alfred Percy Williams (died 22 May 1933) was an Australian cricket Test match umpire. He umpired one Test match, between Australia and England, played at Sydney on 19 December to 27 December 1924. This match was notable for being the first Test match in which the 8-ball over was used, for Bill Ponsford’s century on debut, and for the 127 run partnership for the 10th wicket between Johnny Taylor and Arthur Mailey, still Australia’s best for this wicket. Williams' colleague was Alfred Jones. (en)
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  • Alfred Percy Williams (died 22 May 1933) was an Australian cricket Test match umpire. He umpired one Test match, between Australia and England, played at Sydney on 19 December to 27 December 1924. This match was notable for being the first Test match in which the 8-ball over was used, for Bill Ponsford’s century on debut, and for the 127 run partnership for the 10th wicket between Johnny Taylor and Arthur Mailey, still Australia’s best for this wicket. Williams' colleague was Alfred Jones. (en)
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