Full name Aubrey Roy Lilley
Born August 26, 1950, Grahamstown, Cape Province
Died August 10, 1979, Greytown, Natal (aged 28 years 349 days)
Major teams Natal, Transvaal
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Left-arm medium
|First-class span||1970/71 - 1978/79|
|List A span||1971/72 - 1978/79|
Aubrey Roy Lilley, who was been killed in a flying accident in South Africa, had been playing Currie Cup cricket since 1970-71, initially with Natal and in his final season with Transvaal. He bowled left-arm seam, and took 132 wickets, average 24.15, in 47 matches. A tailend batsman, he averaged 14.28 with a highest score of 38. Born at Grahamstown on August 26, 1950, Lilley was 28 years old at his death.
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