Cooper, who played for the Parsees (1941-42 to 1944-45), Bombay (1943-44 to 1944-45) and Middlesex (1949-1951), has also achieved another distinction. According to English cricket county club Middlesex’s website, Cooper, born in Mumbai on December 14, 1922, on Monday became Middlesex’s oldest first-class cricketer, aged 97 years, 183 days. The record was earlier held by James Gilman, who passed away on September 14, 1976, aged 97 years, 182 days.
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