Full name Robert Douglas McKelvie
Born July 1, 1912, Blofield, Norfolk
Died January 5, 1996, Easington, Banbury, Oxfordshire (aged 83 years 188 days)
Major teams Free Foresters
Batting style Right-hand bat
Fielding position Wicketkeeper
|First-class span||1948 - 1948|
Robert Douglas McKelvie, who wrote extensively in the press on tennis and rackets and died it hospital at Banbury on January 5 aged 83 played a single first-class match, for Free Foresters against Cambridge at Fenner's in 1948. A right-handed batsman and wicketkeeper, he had previously played for Buckinghamshire after being in the Xl at Malvern. He played club cricket for Chiswick Park and Gerrard's Cross.
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