Jeff Stollmeyer

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Jeffrey Baxter Stollmeyer (11 March 1921 – 10 September 1989) was a Trinidad and Tobago cricketer.wikipedia
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West Indies cricket team

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He played 32 Test matches for the West Indies, captaining 13 of these.
Of the West Indies players in that first match after the war only Gerry Gomez, George Headley, Jeffrey Stollmeyer, and Foffie Williams had previously played Test cricket.

Santa Cruz, Trinidad and Tobago

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Stollmeyer was born in Santa Cruz, Trinidad.

John Goddard (cricketer)

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Stollmeyer gained the captaincy during the 1951/2 tour of Australia after John Goddard stood down in that series.
Goddard made 182 runs at 26.00 and took 5 wickets at 32.20 in the six Tests he played (he stood down for the Fifth Test, allowing Jeff Stollmeyer to captain the side – to a 202-run defeat).

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He served as President of the West Indies Board of Control from 1974 until 1981, a tenure distinguished by his opposition to Kerry Packer's World Series Cricket.

Barbados Cricket Buckle

In June 1988 Stollmeyer was celebrated on the $2.50 Trinidad and Tobago stamp alongside the Barbados Cricket Buckle.

Vic Stollmeyer

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Stollmeyer's older brother Vic also played Test cricket for the West Indies while another brother, Hugh was one of Trinidad's great painters who influenced the Caribbean art movement.
Vic Stollmeyer was the older brother of West Indian captain Jeff Stollmeyer.

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Jeffrey Baxter Stollmeyer (11 March 1921 – 10 September 1989) was a Trinidad and Tobago cricketer.

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Jeffrey Baxter Stollmeyer (11 March 1921 – 10 September 1989) was a Trinidad and Tobago cricketer.

Test cricket

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He played 32 Test matches for the West Indies, captaining 13 of these.

Trinidad

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Stollmeyer was born in Santa Cruz, Trinidad.

Lord's

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He played in his first Test at the age of eighteen and made a 59 in his debut innings at Lord's.

Australia

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Stollmeyer gained the captaincy during the 1951/2 tour of Australia after John Goddard stood down in that series.

Kerry Packer

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He served as President of the West Indies Board of Control from 1974 until 1981, a tenure distinguished by his opposition to Kerry Packer's World Series Cricket.

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He served as President of the West Indies Board of Control from 1974 until 1981, a tenure distinguished by his opposition to Kerry Packer's World Series Cricket.

Chaconia Medal

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In 1979 he was awarded Trinidad and Tobago's Chaconia Medal (Gold).

Melbourne, Florida

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Stollmeyer died in a hospital in Melbourne, Florida, after suffering wounds from home invaders in his home in Port-of-Spain.

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Stollmeyer died in a hospital in Melbourne, Florida, after suffering wounds from home invaders in his home in Port-of-Spain.

Hugh Stollmeyer

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Stollmeyer's older brother Vic also played Test cricket for the West Indies while another brother, Hugh was one of Trinidad's great painters who influenced the Caribbean art movement.

Association football

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Stollmeyer's nephew John is a former footballer who played 31 games for the United States.

United States men's national soccer team

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Stollmeyer's nephew John is a former footballer who played 31 games for the United States.