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Full name Raymond George Flockton
Born March 14, 1930, Paddington, Sydney, New South Wales
Died November 22, 2011, Port Macquarie (aged 81 years 253 days)
Major teams New South Wales
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium
Ray Flockton was a middle-order batsman who played 35 first-class matches for New South Wales between 1951 and 1963, a career that was interrupted by his work as a traffic policeman. He made 1695 runs at an average of 41.34, with an unbeaten 264 against South Australia as his personal best. Flockton initially bowled legspin as well, before switching to medium-pace, and took 27 wickets at 38.03. He died at the age of 81 in his hometown of Port Macquarie, a coastal city in east Australia.
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