|Full name||Dudley MacNeil Evans|
1 December 1886|
Cape Colony, South Africa
|Died||18 December 1972
Petersfield, Hampshire, England
|Relations||Alfred Evans (Uncle), John Evans (Cousin), Alfred Evans (Brother), Ralph Evans (Cousin), William Evans (Brother)|
|Domestic team information|
|1904–1905 & 1911||Hampshire|
Source: Cricinfo, 15 February 2010
Dudley MacNeil Evans (1 December 1886 – 18 December 1972) was an English first-class cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman who bowled right-arm fast-medium and made his first-class debut for Hampshire in the 1904 County Championship, playing a single match against Sussex. Evans played three matches for Hampshire in 1905 and thereafter would not represent the county in first-class cricket again until the 1911 season, where Evans played eleven first-class matches for the county, with his final first-class match for the county coming against Lancashire.
In all, Evans played in fifteen first-class matches for Hampshire, scoring 361 runs at a batting average of 15.04, with two half centuries and high score of 64 against Yorkshire in 1911. With the ball Evans took 50 wickets for the county at a bowling average of 27.56, with three five wicket hauls and best figures of 6/81 against Derbyshire in 1911.
Evans also represented HDG Leveson-Gower's XI in a single first-class match against Cambridge University in 1911, where he took 5/56 in the Universities second innings.
Evans brothers Alfred and William both played first-class cricket, as did his cousins Ralph and John Evans, with John playing Test cricket for England. Evans uncle Alfred Evans also played first-class cricket.