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DAVID MURRAY

David Murray was an outstanding wicketkeeper with a safe pair of hands who would have played for the West Indies a lot more had it not been for the presence of the unrelated Deryck Murray. His record was decent enough as a batsman and once made a double century in a first-class match in India. He is the son of cricket icon Everton Weekes and the father of Ricky Hoyte, who followed him into the Barbados team as a wicketkeeper/batsman. Murray toured South Africa in 1982/1983 on what is called the West Indies rebel tour and received a life ban. He emigrated to Australia before returning to Barbados in 1991.  

STATISTICS

NAME
DAVID MURRAY
BIRTH DATE
MAY 29, 1950
BATTING STYLE
RIGHT-HAND BAT
PLAYING ROLE
WICKET KEEPER
NUMBER OF TESTS
19
RUNS
601
AVG
21.46
 
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