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Arthur Crowther (1 August 1878 - 4 June 1946) was an English
first-class cricketer, who played one match for Yorkshire County
Cricket Club in 1905, against Warwickshire at Dewsbury. Born in
Leeds, Yorkshire, England, he bagged a pair and did not bowl,
although he did catch Fred Moorhouse off the bowling of Schofield
Haigh for a duck. The bowling trio of Wilfred Rhodes, Haigh and
George Hirst, won the match for Yorkshire by 66 runs. Crowther also
played for the Yorkshire Second XI in the same year.
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