Herbert Keigwin


Herbert Keigwin

Herbert Stanley Keigwin - Cricketer. (Born - 4th May 1878, Capel, Colchester, Essex, England. Died - 11th March 1962, Amalinda, East London, South Africa

Keigwin was the brother of Henry Keigwin and R. P. Keigwin. He played first class matches for the following:
* Cambridge University (1901);
* London County (1901);
*Rhodesia (1909/10)

Source

* [http://www.cricketarchive.co.uk/Archive/Players/5/5147/5147.html Cricket Archive]


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