William Macgregor (cricketer)
23 February 1888|
St Kilda, Victoria, Australia
5 October 1980 (aged 92)|
Source: Cricket Archive, 4 July 2016
A wicket-keeper, Macgregor played four games of first-class cricket for the Australian cricket team in New Zealand in 1913–14, including one against New Zealand. He never played first-class cricket in Australia. Apart from this tour, his cricket career consisted of several seasons with University in the Melbourne competition.
He graduated from the University of Melbourne as a Licentiate in Veterinary Science in 1915. He served with the Australian Army Veterinary Corps as a captain in World War One, leaving Australia in November 1915 and returning in January 1919. He was twice mentioned in despatches.
- "New Zealand v Australia 1913-14". CricketArchive. Retrieved 21 June 2016.
- The University of Melbourne, Veterinary School Prospectus 1918, Melbourne, 1918, p. 21.
- AIF Project: William Macgregor
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