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Percival Charles Ewens played seven first-class cricket matches for
Somerset between 1923 and 1926 as a right-handed batsman, batting
mostly well down the lower order. He did not make his first
appearance until he was over the age of 40, and all his first-class
cricket appearances were in away matches. Ewens, born at Yeovil,
Somerset on 23 November 1882, made his debut for Somerset in a
low-scoring match at Chesterfield against Derbyshire in July 1923,
batting at No 10 in each innings and being not out both times. He
played in Somerset's next match, at Maidstone against Kent, batting
at No 5 in the first innings, but then again at No 10 in the second
innings, when he reached double figures for the first time in
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