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  1. INDUCTEE 2019 Considered a most prolific batsman in WI regional cricket Born May 9, 1943 in the parish of St. Mary, Jamaica, Maurice Foster attended Wolmer’s Boys’ School where he distinguished himself at Cricket, Manning Cup Football, Hockey, Lawn Tennis, Table Tennis and at Boys Champs (track and field) in the High Jump.

  2. Mar 31, 2022 · Biography Maurice Foster was born in Jamaica on May 9, 1943. On Popular Bio, He is one of the successful Cricketer. He has ranked on the list of those famous people who were born on May 9, 1943. He is one of the Richest Cricketer who was born in Jamaica. He also has a position among the list of Most popular Cricketer.

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  3. Maurice Linton Churchill Foster (born May 9, 1943) played 14 Tests and two One Day Internationals for the West Indies and he was a talented table-tennis player. He attended Wolmer's Schools . A middle-order batsman and off-spinner, Foster played for Jamaica from 1963–64 to 1977–78, captaining the team from 1972–73 to 1977–78.

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  4. cricketer Maurice Linton Churchill Foster played 14 Tests and two One Day Internationals for the West Indies and he was a talented table-tennis player. Career A middle-order batsman and off-spinner, Foster played for Jamaica from 1963-1964 to 1977-1978, captaining the team from 1972-1973 to 1977-1978.

  5. December 3 , 1940 ( age 51 ) Birth Sign : Capricorn Maurice Foster is a 51 years old cricketer from Malaysia from Malvern. Maurice Foster was born on January 01, 1889 (died on December 03, 1940, he was 51 years old) in Malvern. About Maurice Kirshaw Foster was an English cricketer who played 170 first-class matches.

  6. Maurice Foster Biography Source: CricketArchive, 21 September 2007 Maurice Kirshaw Foster (1 January 1889 – 3 December 1940) was an English first-cl* cricketer who played in 170 matches. The great bulk of these (157) were for Worcestershire, which he captained for three seasons from 1923 to 1925.

  7. Maurice Linton Churchill Foster (born May 9, 1943) played 14 Tests and two One Day Internationals for the West Indies and he was a talented table-tennis player. He attended Wolmer's Schools. A middle-order batsman and off-spinner, Foster played for Jamaica from 1963-64 to 1977-78, captaining the team from 1972-73 to 1977-78.