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Trevor George McMahon (born 8 November 1929, Wellington, New Zealand) is a former New Zealand cricketer who played five Tests as a wicket-keeper in the 1955-56 season – totalling seven runs in seven innings.
McMahon made his first-class debut for Wellington in 1953-54 when Wellington's regular wicket-keeper Frank Mooney was touring South Africa with the Test team. Mooney retired after the 1954-55 Plunket Shield season, and McMahon returned to the side for Wellington's match against the touring MCC.
He was selected for the tour of Pakistan and India in 1955-56, where he and Eric Petrie each played four of the eight Tests. McMahon played the First Test against West Indies in New Zealand later that season, but he then lost his place to Sammy Guillen, who had topped the batting averages in that season's Plunket Shield.
Mike Curtis took over the wicket-keeping for Wellington for the next three seasons, but McMahon returned in 1959-60. Oddly for someone whose last 16 first-class innings had produced only 43 runs, McMahon opened the batting throughout the 1959-60 season. He scored 42 in the first match against Central Districts and 41 in the next against Otago, but only 29 in the next three matches, and he returned to the tail in 1960-61. The new Test wicket-keeper Artie Dick took over Wellington's wicket-keeping in 1962-63, and McMahon played only a few more matches in 1963-64 and 1964-65.
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