Full name Victor Rupert Emery
Born December 24, 1920, St Leonard's, Sydney, New South Wales
Died February 14, 2005, Narrabeen, Sydney, New South Wales (aged 84 years 52 days)
Major teams New South Wales
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm offbreak
|First-class span||1948/49 - 1948/49|
EMERY, VICTOR RUPERT, died on February 14, 2005, aged 84. Vic Emery was an off-spinner with a good faster ball who played five times for New South Wales in 1948-49, taking six wickets, four of them in an innings on his debut, against Queensland. He remains North Sydney's leading wicket-taker in grade cricket, with 654 at 20.35 between 1941 and 1970.
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