Leonard Blunt (21 March 1929 – July 2005) was a cricketer who played first-class cricket for Worcestershire and the Europeans in the 1940s. He also stood on one occasion as a first-class umpire. Blunt made his first-class debut on Boxing Day 1942, turning out for Europeans against Indians in the Madras Presidency Match; he took four wickets and made a duck in his only innings. After the end of the Second World War, Blunt played 14 first-class games for Worcestershire between 1946 and 1948, and he made a good start to his county cricket career by taking seven wickets (including his career best of 5-60) against Hampshire at Southampton on debut. However, he could not keep up this form, and after 1946 he appeared but rarely. Although he was not seen in the first-class game after 1948, Blunt continued to play for Worcestershire\s Second XI for another year, and in the early 1950s
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