Colin Ingleby-Mackenzie

Colin Ingleby-Mackenzie

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Alexander Colin David Ingleby-Mackenzie OBE (15 September 1933 – 9 March 2006) was an English cricketer: a left-handed batsman who played for Hampshire between 1951 and 1966, captaining the county from 1958 to 1965 as Hampshire's last amateur captain and leading his side to their first County Championship in the 1961 season. He was later president of the Marylebone Cricket Club from 1996 to 1998, during which time women were first permitted to join.

Early life

Ingleby-Mackenzie was born in Dartmouth, Devon. His father was a surgeon officer in the Royal Navy who ended his career as Vice-Admiral Sir Alexander Ingleby-Mackenzie.

He was educated at Ludgrove and Eton, where he became Keeper of Fives, Squash, Rackets and the Field, played in the Wall.

He also played football, tennis and cricket, playing in the annual cricket match against Harrow and for Public Schools against Combined Services. He was elected as President of Pop.

He played his first match for Hampshire in 1951, having been spotted at Eton by Desmond Eagar, although he was bowled for a duck by Alan Oakman in his debut innings.

First-class cricket career

He did National Service with the Royal Navy, during which time...
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