|Full name||Robert Victor Charles Robins|
13 March 1935 |
Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England
|Bowling style||Right-arm leg-spin|
|Relations||Walter Robins (father)|
|Domestic team information|
|1953 to 1960||Middlesex|
|Source: Cricinfo, 17 January 2017|
Robert Victor Charles Robins (born 13 March 1935), known as Charles Robins, is a former English cricketer and insurance executive. He is the eldest son of Walter Robins, who played Test cricket for England in the 1930s.
Charles Robins was born in Burnham, Buckinghamshire, and was educated at Eton College, where he was a successful schoolboy cricketer and captained the First XI in 1953. He played first-class cricket for Middlesex as a right-handed batsman and a leg-break-googly bowler between 1953 and 1960, and later captained the county Second XI.
He followed his father onto the Middlesex General Committee and he has given many years of distinguished service. He was a successful Chairman of Cricket for 13 years and he succeeded Michael Sturt as the County Chairman (1994–1996). He was inducted into the Middlesex County Cricket Club Hall of Fame. He served as the President of the County Club for two years (2005–2007). He also led a successful insurance career with Stafford Knight for many years.