Person    | Male  Born 19/1/1918  Died 26/8/2009

Mervyn Mansell

Categories: Sport / Games

Countries: Africa

Born Arthur James Mervyn Mansell in Bulawayo, Southern Rhodesia (modern day Zimbabwe). He came to England in 1937 to study pharmacy. A leading player in the Ealing Cricket Club during the 1950s. He was manager of the Colts (junior players) for fifty years. Died in Ealing Hospital.

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Mervyn Mansell

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Mervyn Mansell

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