Cecil Maxwell represented the Gentlemen versus the Players at Lord's in 1935. He played in 44 first-class matches for Nottinghamshire (1936-1939), M.C.C. (1938-1939), Middlesex (1946) and Worcestershire (1948-1951) as a right-handed batsman and a wicket-keeper between 1932 and 1951. His highest first-class innings (and only hundred) - 268 for Sir Julien Cahn's XI against Leicestershire in 1935 - is the highest by any player batting at no. 8.
- First-class career (1932-1951)
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