Keith Hardie (cricketer) – Wikipedia



Scottish cricketer

Keith Millar Hardie (born 13 Might 1947) is a Scottish top quality cricketer.

The son of John Millar Hardie, he was once born in Might 1974 at Larbert, Stirlingshire. He was once trained there at Larbert Prime College. A membership cricketer for Stenhousemuir Cricket Membership, Hardie made his debut for Scotland in top quality cricket towards Eire at Edinburgh in 1966. He performed top quality cricket for Scotland till 1976, making ten appearances.[1] Taking part in as an all-rounder within the Scottish aspect, Hardie scored 158 runs at a mean of twenty-two.57;[2] he made one part century, a ranking of 65 now not out towards Eire in his ultimate top quality fit.[3] As a sluggish left-arm orthodox bowler, he took 35 wickets at a bowling moderate of 17.88, with easiest figures of four for 23.[4] His brother, Brian, had a long occupation in county cricket with Essex.


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