|Born||-||Debut||Kent 1957, MCC 1959, England 1961|
|Years of Service||1957-1970||Capped||1961|
|Best Bat||81 Kent v Glamorgan at Folkstone, 1968.||Bowl||Right-arm fast-medium|
|Best Bowl||8-47 Kent v Warwickshire at Nuneaton, 1963.||Shirt Sponsor||-|
Alan Brown was a genuinely fast bowler in his youth who slowed down and never quite lived up to his early promise. With a pronounced drag, he was Kent’s main strike bowler for a decade as well as being an aggressive tailender. His best season came in 1965 when he took 116 wickets at 19.04. His two Test appearances came on the 1961-62 tour of India and Pakistan, but he took only three wickets. He played football as a centre-forward for Gravesend.
AER Gilligan's XI, MCC and England.