Keith Nichol Slater
12 March 1936
Midland Junction, Western Australia, Australia
Right-arm fast medium
(cap 212) 9 January 1959 v
Domestic team information
CricketArchive, 15 July 2012
Representative team honours
1961, 1962, 1963 - WANFL Premiership
Simpson Medal Swan Districts Team of the Century
Keith Nichol Slater (born 12 March 1936 in Midland, Western Australia) is a former Western Australian and Australian cricketer and WAFL player.
Cricket career [ edit ]
In cricket he only played in only one
Test, but 74 first-class cricket matches for Western Australia. He was an all-rounder whose international career was probably shortened by doubts over his bowling action. He was also called for throwing while playing against New South Wales in 1964-65.
Slater was a star
footballer for Swan Districts and Subiaco and played in the 1961 WAFL grand final with Swan's against East Perth with high expectations of winning the Simpson Medal in that year.
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