Full name Keith Henderson Barker
Born July 12, 1936, Bayfield, St Philip, Barbados
Died March 30, 2008, Blackburn, Lancashire (aged 71 years 262 days)
Major teams British Guiana
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast-medium
Relation Son - KHD Barker
|First-class span||1960/61 - 1963/64|
Keith Barker played twice for British Guiana as an opening bowler and lower-order batsman before moving to the UK where he was the overseas professional for Great Harwood and then Enfield and Rishton. He remained close to the game as a coach after retiring from playing. His son, also named Keith and whose godfather is Garry Sobers, was offered terms by Lancashire but opted for football, playing for a time for Blackburn Rovers.
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