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An opening batsman, he made his debut for South Australia in 1952-53. He scored consistently in the Sheffield Shield in 1956-57, 1957-58, and in 1958-59, when he made 951 runs in the season at 59.43 with three centuries. In December 1958, against New South Wales in Sydney, he made 57 and 259 not out.
He was selected for the tour to Pakistan and India in 1959-60 and played two Tests in each country with a top score of 28 against Pakistan in Karachi, before contracting a severe case of hepatitis. Although he recovered, he never played first-class cricket again.
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