High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Robert Berkeley Airey
(21 September 1874 - 23 June, 1933) was an English cricketer. He
was a right-handed batsman who played first-class cricket for
Hampshire during the 1911 season. He was born in Southminster and
died in Westminster Pier. Airey played just three matches for the
Hampshire first-team, scoring 30 runs in his debut first-class
innings, his single best score in any first-class match. He played
in the return fixture just two weeks later, but failed to make much
of an impact with the bat, scoring a duck in his first innings. His
final first-class game, at the end of the month, saw him dismissed
for a duck in the one and only innings in which he played.
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