Albert Guy Pawson CMG (30 May 1888 – 25 February 1986) was an English cricketer who played 28 first-class games in the early twentieth century. He was educated at Winchester College and Oxford University and most of his matches were for the University cricket side, but he did make one appearance in county cricket, playing for Worcestershire against Oxford in 1908. He also had one game for a combined Oxford and Cambridge Universities team.

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  • Albert Guy Pawson CMG (30 May 1888 – 25 February 1986) was an English cricketer who played 28 first-class games in the early twentieth century. He was educated at Winchester College and Oxford University and most of his matches were for the University cricket side, but he did make one appearance in county cricket, playing for Worcestershire against Oxford in 1908. He also had one game for a combined Oxford and Cambridge Universities team. His debut, for Oxford against Gentlemen of England at The University Parks, saw him make no dismissals as a wicket-keeper, while his unbeaten 41 with the bat, although it was to remain his career best, was somewhat overshadowed by Bowring and Teesdale's still-record (as of 2007) opening stand for Oxford of 338.Pawson was more successful in his second game, for Worcestershire against his university, when he stumped three Oxford players in the first innings. Pawson played a number of times for Oxford during the following three seasons, picking up dismissals at a steady if unspectacular rate. His final appearance was in the Varsity Match against Cambridge at Lord's in July 1911. Although Oxford won the game, Pawson himself had an unobtrusive match, scoring 5* and 11* from number eleven and claiming no dismissals. Two of his relatives played first-class cricket: his son Tony played 69 first-class matches, being capped by Kent in 1946 as well as appearing for Oxford and the Gentlemen, while his brother Arthur had a handful of games for Oxford in 1903. (en)
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  • Albert Guy Pawson CMG (30 May 1888 – 25 February 1986) was an English cricketer who played 28 first-class games in the early twentieth century. He was educated at Winchester College and Oxford University and most of his matches were for the University cricket side, but he did make one appearance in county cricket, playing for Worcestershire against Oxford in 1908. He also had one game for a combined Oxford and Cambridge Universities team. (en)
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