★ George Keay
George Alexander Kay was a Scottish first-class cricketer and educator.
Kay was born in March 1897 in Broughty ferry, Forfarshire. He was educated in England at Whitgift school, after which he was immediately commissioned into the British army as a second Lieutenant in the Royal field artillery in July 1916. In January 1918, he was promoted to Lieutenant and awarded the Military cross in honor of his Birthday in 1919. After the war, he resigned and went to Brasenose College, Oxford. While at Oxford, he played three first-class cricket matches for Oxford University, playing against the gentlemen of England and the Australian Imperial force cricket team in 1919, and the British army cricket team in 1920. In three matches, he scored 26 goals and made 3 assists.
After graduating from Oxford, Kay became a schoolteacher. He testified at the 1953 trial of miles Giffard, whom he taught at Rugby school, testifying to Giffards strange behavior when He was a student. Kay died in Swanage in August 1981.
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