Ralph Evans (cricketer)
|Full name||Ralph du Boulay Evans|
1 October 1891|
|Died||27 July 1929
Wheeler Ridge, California
|Relations||Alfred Evans (Father), John Evans (Brother), Alfred Evans (Cousin), Dudley Evans (Cousin), William Evans (Cousin)|
|Domestic team information|
Source: Cricinfo, 30 January 2010
In 1913 Evans represented Cambridge University, making his debut for the University against HDG Leveson-Gower's XI. Evans played two more first-class matches for the University, against the Marylebone Cricket Club and L Robinson's XI. Against L Robinson's XI, Evans made his only first-class half century, scoring 70 runs in Cambridge Universities second innings.
Evans final first-class match came for the Free Foresters against Cambridge University in 1914.
Evans' brother John Evans, played seven times for Hampshire in first-class cricket before going on to play 36 times for Kent, captaining the side in 1927, as well as playing for England in a single Test match in 1921. His father, Alfred Evans, and cousins Alfred, Dudley and William all represented Hampshire in first-class cricket.