Chappie Dwyer

Source: CricInfo, 28 February 2009

Edmund Alfred Dwyer (known as Chappie Dwyer, 19 October 1894 – 10 September 1975) was an Australian cricketer and national selector. Dwyer was born in Mosman, Sydney and played for the New South Wales cricket team for three first-class cricket matches as a right-handed batsmen.

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... Dwyer played his three matches for NSW sporadically between the end of the First World War and the year of the Wall Street Crash ... Dwyer, at number two, formed an opening partnership of 26 with Australian international Warren Bardsley before the latter fell lbw to Baring for 18 and Dwyer was dismissed by ... NSW notched up 226 in reply, Dwyer falling again to McDonald for nine ...