Robert Aubrey Oxlade (born 16 February 1882 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia – died 13 September 1955, known as Aubrey Oxlade) was an Australian cricket administrator. Oxlade was born in 1882, the son of Robert Oxlade (1855–1920) and Sara Stanton (1851–1926).
He joined Manly Warringah District Cricket Club in 1910, and was later President of the club. He also acted as the club delegate to the New South Wales Cricket Association. He was later the treasurer and secretary of the Australian Board of Control for International Cricket and was elected chairman between 1927–1930; 1933–1936; 1945–1948 and 1951–1952.
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