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'''Garfield St Aubrun ("Gary") Sobers''' (born 28 July 1936 at St Michael, [[Barbados]]) is a Barbadian former [[first-class cricket]]er from 1952 to 1974 who played for [[Barbados (cricket)|Barbados]], [[South Australia (cricket)|South Australia]] and [[Nottinghamshire (cricket)|Nottinghamshire]] as an all-rounder who batted and bowled left-handed. Between 1953 and 1974, he played in 93 [[Test cricket|Test matches]] for [[West Indies (cricket)|West Indies]].<ref>[https://cricketarchive.com/Archive/Players/0/985/985.html Gary Sobers (profile)]. CricketArchive.</ref><ref>[http://www.espncricinfo.com/westindies/content/player/52946.html Gary Sobers (profile)]. ESPN Sports Media Ltd.</ref>
 
'''Garfield St Aubrun ("Gary") Sobers''' (born 28 July 1936 at St Michael, [[Barbados]]) is a Barbadian former [[first-class cricket]]er from 1952 to 1974 who played for [[Barbados (cricket)|Barbados]], [[South Australia (cricket)|South Australia]] and [[Nottinghamshire (cricket)|Nottinghamshire]] as an all-rounder who batted and bowled left-handed. Between 1953 and 1974, he played in 93 [[Test cricket|Test matches]] for [[West Indies (cricket)|West Indies]].<ref>[https://cricketarchive.com/Archive/Players/0/985/985.html Gary Sobers (profile)]. CricketArchive.</ref><ref>[http://www.espncricinfo.com/westindies/content/player/52946.html Gary Sobers (profile)]. ESPN Sports Media Ltd.</ref>
  

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Garfield St Aubrun ("Gary") Sobers (born 28 July 1936 at St Michael, Barbados) is a Barbadian former first-class cricketer from 1952 to 1974 who played for Barbados, South Australia and Nottinghamshire as an all-rounder who batted and bowled left-handed. Between 1953 and 1974, he played in 93 Test matches for West Indies.[1][2]

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  1. Gary Sobers (profile). CricketArchive.
  2. Gary Sobers (profile). ESPN Sports Media Ltd.