REAPER KEEPS HIS MANNERS
John Manners was a first class cricketer in the 1930s. He then became an officer in the Royal Navy, and served during World War Two. At time of death, he was the world’s oldest and longest lived cricketer who played first class cricket. He was 105 at the time of his death. He was picked by six teams, including theme team missiles Grey Panthers.
25 September 1914 – 7 March 2020