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Keith Patrick Tomlins is a former cricketer.
Tomlins was born on 23 October 1957 in Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey. After education at St Benedict's School he made his debut for Middlesex as a right-handed middle order batsman in 1977, but, despite a decade on the staff, did not establish his place in a powerful side. He moved to Gloucestershire in 1986 search of regular first team cricket and later played minor county cricket for Wiltshire. In 108 first-class matches he scored 3880 runs at an average of 27 with 5 centuries and a best of 146.
After retiring from playing he moved into coaching for the ECB.
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