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Kenelm Lister-Kaye

Kenelm Lister-Kaye

English county cricketer
Kenelm Lister-Kaye
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Intro English county cricketer
Was Athlete Cricketer
From United Kingdom
Type Sports
Gender male
Birth 27 March 1892
Death 28 February 1955 (aged 62 years)
The details (from wikipedia)


Kenelm Arthur Lister-Kaye (27 March 1892 – 28 February 1955) was an English amateur first-class cricketer, who played eight games for Oxford University in 1912, two matches for the Europeans in matches in India in 1920/21 and 1922/23, plus two games for Yorkshire County Cricket Club in 1928.
Born in Kensington, London, England, the son of Sir Cecil Edmund Lister-Kaye, 4th Baronet, Lister-Kaye attended Eton College, and played in Fowler's match in 1910. He was a rather wild left-arm swing bowler who narrowly missed his blue as a freshman in 1912. He played for the Yorkshire Second Eleven in 1913. For York C.C. in 1914, he took 7 for 19 runs against Hull C.C. and also had some successful days for the Yorkshire Gentlemen.
Lister-Kaye played for Oxford in his second year, without winning a blue, and his games for Yorkshire came against the West Indies and Leicestershire. In all his first-class matches he took 37 wickets with his left arm medium pace, with a best of 7 for 117 for the "Europeans" against the Indians in Bombay. A right-handed batsman, he scored 149 runs at 11.46, with a best of 35 against the South Africans for Oxford. He also took eight catches in the field.
Lister-Kaye inherited the family title in 1931, and became Sir Kenelm Lister-Kaye, 5th baronet.
Lister-Kaye died in February 1955, aged 62, in Tamboerskloof, Cape Town, Cape Province, South Africa.

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