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Tim Caldwell Personal information Full name Timothy John Charles Caldwell Born 29 October 1913(1913-10-29) Clayfield, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Died 17 June 1994(1994-06-17) (aged 80) Orange, New South Wales, Australia Batting style Right-handed Bowling style Right-armed offbreak fast Role bowler Domestic team information Years Team 1935–1937 New South Wales FC debut 3 December 1921 New South Wales v Queensland Last FC 9 January 1930 New South Wales v South Australia Career statistics Competition Matches Runs scored Batting average 100s/50s Top score Balls bowled Wickets Bowling average 5 wickets in innings 10 wickets in match Best bowling Catches/stumpings Source: [], Tim Charles John Caldwell, OBE, BEM (29 October 1913 – 17 June 1994) [1] was an Australian cricketer who played first-class cricket for New South Wales from 1935 to 1937.[2] He served as Chairman of the Australian Cricket Board from 1972 until 1975 [3] and was a senior executive with the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group. Contents 1 Early life 2 Banking career 3 War service 4 Cricket 5 Honours 6 Notes 7 References // Early life Caldwell was born in the Brisbane suburb of Clayfield, Queensland, and educated at Brisbane Grammar School [4] and Newington College (1927–1930).[5] He was a right arm fast medium bowler and right-handed batsman for Northern Districts. Banking career On leaving school, Caldwell joined the English Scotish and Australian Bank and at the time of his retirement was National Assistant General Manager, and NSW General Manager, of the same organisation, but by then known as the ANZ. War service During World War II, Caldwell served in the 9th Australian Division of the AIF and as a Lieutenant was awarded the British Empire Medal.[6] Cricket Caldwell played for New South Wales in the Sheffield Shield for three years (1935–1937) and was President of the Northern Districts Cricket Club from 1963 until 1968. He was Chairman of the Australian Cricket Board [1972-1975) during a difficult period of modernisation of the game in Australia. Honours British Empire Medal (1943) - For distinguished military service in the Middle East.[7] Officer of the Order of the British Empire (1976) - In recognition of service to sport.[8] Honorary Life Member - New South Wales Cricket Association [9] Honorary Life Member - Marylebone Cricket Club [10] Notes ^ Who's Who in Australia (The Herald and Weekley Times Limited, 1988) pp 167 ^ Cricinfo ^ Cricket Australia - History ^ Who's Who in Australia (The Herald and Weekley Times Limited, 1988) pp 167 ^ Newington College Register of Past Students 1863-1998 (Syd, 1999) pp 28 ^ Who's Who in Australia (The Herald and Weekley Times Limited, 1988) pp 167 ^ It's an Honour ^ It's an Honour ^ Obituary - The Newingtonian 1994 pp 210 ^ Obituary - The Newingtonian 1994 pp 210 References Pollard, Jack (1988). Australian Cricket: The Game and the Players. Sydney: Angus & Robertson. ISBN 0 207 15269 1.  Preceded by Sir Donald Bradman Chairman Australian Cricket Board 1972 - 1978 Succeeded by Bob Parish Persondata Name Caldwell, Tim Alternative names Short description Date of birth 29 October 1913 Place of birth Clayfield, Brisbane, Queensland Date of death 17 June 1994 Place of death Orange, New South Wales This biographical article related to Australian cricket is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e