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Mortimer Ewen (5 September 1816 - 1887) was an English cricketer.
Ewen's batting and bowling styles are unknown. He was born at
Lodsworth, Sussex. Ewen made his first-class debut for Sussex
against Kent in 1839. He made five further first-class appearances
for the county, the last of which came against the Marylebone
Cricket Club in 1843. In his six first-class matches for Sussex, he
scored 61 runs at an average of 6.77, with a high score of 23. With
the ball, he took 3 wickets, though his bowling average and best
figures are unknown due to incomplete records. He also made a
single first-class appearance for Petworth in 1844 against the
Marylebone Cricket Club at Petworth Park New Ground. He ended
Petworth's first-innings unbeaten on 13, while in their
second-innings he was dismissed for 7 runs by William Hillyer.
Petworth won this low scoring match by 3 wickets.
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