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George Munsey is making a name for himself. There are few batsmen more destructive on the international circuit, even fewer who come with greater intrigue.
A scratch golfer by the age of 16, a contemporary of Eddie Pepperell and Tyrrell Hatton; a part-time salesman as he prepares for life after cricket; an opening batsman whose combination of hitting power and innovation has launched him into conversations well beyond home; a propensity to reverse sweep with an almost abnormal capacity, so much so that it has become something of a personal calling card. A dynamic strokemaker who generally loves to dominate the bowling from the outset, George Munsey is a natural opener for white-ball cricket. The left-handed batsman has a high-risk approach
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