Full name Douglas Gordon McKay
Born July 2, 1904, North Adelaide, South Australia
Died April 9, 1994, North Adelaide, South Australia (aged 89 years 281 days)
Major teams South Australia
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast-medium
|First-class span||1925/26 - 1928/29|
Douglas Gordon McKay died on April 9 in Adelaide, aged 89. South Australia, 10 matches, 1925-26 to 1928-29. RFM bowler: 10 wkts at 41.70; got out Bradman, Hobbs, Macartney, Jackson and Kippax. BB 4 for 32 v NSW, Sydney, 1926-27. Lower-order bat: 485 runs at 34.64; HS 87 v Qld, Adelaide, 1928-29. Outstanding scholar and sportsman at Prince Alfred College. Surgeon's fellowship Edinburgh 1932. War service Army. Distinguished paediatric specialist Adelaide. Was oldest surviving South Australia Shield player.
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