Alan Mackley

Cricket Umpire

1913 – 1982

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Who was Alan Mackley?

Alan E Mackley, was the first Australian cricket Test match umpire from Western Australia.

He umpired one Test match between Australia and England at Adelaide on 25 January to 30 January 1963, a match drawn with England requiring 132 runs to win with 6 wickets in hand. Neil Harvey and Norm O'Neill both scored centuries and Graham McKenzie took 5 wickets in England’s first innings. Mackley’s partner in this match was Colin Egar.

He umpired 51 first-class matches between 1951 and 1965, all in Perth.

Mackley was later a member of the Western Australian Cricket Association Appeals Board, and the Umpires’ Appointment Board.

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Born
1913
Died
1982

Submitted
on July 23, 2013