|Full name||George Richard Pullinger|
14 March 1920|
Islington, London, England
|Died||4 August 1982
Thurrock, Essex, England
|Bowling style||Right-arm fast-medium|
|Domestic team information|
|Source: Cricinfo, 20 September 2011|
An amateur, Pullinger made his first-class debut for Essex against Middlesex in the 1949 County Championship as cover for Ken Preston. Available for only the first half of the 1949 season, he made fifteen further appearances. He made two further first-class appearances in the 1950 season, after which he disappeared from first-class cricket. His role as a bowler often saw him open the bowling with Trevor Bailey, in his eighteen first-class matches he took 41 wickets, which came at an average of 37.97, with best figures of 5/54. These figures, which were his only first-class five wicket haul, came against Somerset in 1949. A true tailender, with the bat he scored 53 runs at a batting average of 5.88, with a high score of 14*.
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