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John Sydney (Syd) Buller, MBE (23 August 1909 - 7 August 1970) was
an English first-class cricketer, and notable international cricket
umpire. Buller was born in Wortley, Leeds, Yorkshire. As a player,
he was a competent wicket-keeper and lower-order right-hand bat. He
played for Worcestershire between 1935 and 1946, having played once
for Yorkshire in 1930. In 1939, he was severely injured in the car
crash that the killed Worcestershire opening batsman Charlie Bull,
on the Sunday evening of the Whitsun match with Essex, and missed
the next two months of cricket.
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