|Full name||Bertie Brownlow|
20 May 1920|
Portland, New South Wales, Australia
|Died||22 October 2004
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
|Domestic team information|
|1952–53 – 1956–57||Tasmania|
cricinfo.com, 2 December 2008
Bertie Brownlow (born 20 May 1920, in Portland, New South Wales) was a Tasmanian cricket player, who played first class cricket for Tasmania eight times between the 1952–53 season until the 1956–57 season. Despite his small stature, he was an agile wicket-keeper.
Brownlow captained the Tasmanian side on two occasions in the 1956–57 season, but Tasmania lost both of those matches. Following his career as a player, Brownlow became a selector for the Tasmanian state side, and went on to serve as an administrator for the Tasmanian Cricket Association for many years, eventually serving as chairman of the TCA.
Bertie Brownlow died in his home in Hobart, Tasmania on 22 October 2004, aged 84 years and 155 days.
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