Indeed he was. As well as being a Kent and England cricketer, he was a member of Camden Place Lodge.
The cricketing legend Michael Colin Cowdrey (MCC) was born on 24th December 1932 in Ooty, India and died 4th December 2000 in Littlehampton, W. Sussex.
- He was the first English cricketer to be given a peerage
- His Test career spanned over two decades
- The first man to play 100 Tests
- Captained England 27 times
- Scored almost 43,000 first-class runs
- Initiated into The Camden Place Lodge No. 3042 on 5th December 1957
- Passed on 6th February 1958
- Raised on 6th March 1958
We are continuing our research into Colin Cowdrey’s masonic history and will add to the post as soon as possible – Watch this space!