David Keyte

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David Keyte (born 1954)

Keyte went to Hereford Cathedral School and played for Hereford United Reserves in the 1970s, having been signed by Colin Addison. He also played football for Westfields.[1]

He was also a cricketer, playing as a wicket-keeper for Worcestershire 2nd XI[2]

Keyte trained as an accountant and owns a property in Barbados.

In 2000 he was appointed Bursar at Bredon School, an independent school near Tewkesbury. Quickly promoted to General Manager, he bought the school in 2002 and became Principal. In 2009 he sold the school whilst remaining as Principal before retiring from his position in the summer of 2010.[3]

Keyte became chairman of Hereford United on 4 June 2010. He was introduced to his vice chairman Tim Russon by Joan Fennessy, the outgoing company secretary, two months previously.


  1. ^ David Keyte replaces Graham Turner at Hereford United HerefordTimes.com, retrieved 2 August 2010
  2. ^ David Keyte CricketArchive.com, retrieved 2 August 2010
  3. ^ School's Farewell to Principal BredonSchool.org, retrieved 2 August 2010