Saturday, June 30, 2007

Rex Foulstone


REX FOULSTONE has been chosen to represent Australia in the Over 60 Cricket Competition in England in August 2007.
He was educated at St. Benedict's College Colombo and represented the B.R.C. with distinction. He also played for the Board President's Eleven against Pakistan in 1960. His cricketing career commenced when he played for De La Salle College Mutwal at the age of 12. He was an oustanding left hand batsman and right arm leg spin bowler who represented the B.R.C. in the Saravanmuttu Trophy from 1958 to 1962.

Rex also played soccer with distinction and represented the Sri Lanka National Team against Pakistan in 1960. He played for the Kotahena Rangers, Old Bens, Ceylon Football Association and Ceylon Football League.

Rex migrated to Australia in 1973 with his wife Dagmar and their three children. He has played in the YCW Competition for Kandy, Taprobane, Mulgrave and the Rowville Rangers.
At the age of seventy one, Rex toured New Zealand in February this year. Australia lost the three match series to New Zealand.

His son Randy is also a veteran cricketer who plays for Moorabbin in the Victorian Sub-District competition.
Rex's grandson Ricky also plays for the Moorabbin First Eleven team in the Victorian Sub-District competition.
Rex also plays for the Old Bens in the Over Sixty forty- over Quadrangular tournament against the Old Joe's, Ole Peterites and Old Antonian Cricket Clubs.

We are proud of you Rex and wish you well in the tournament in England.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rex, well done on your cricketing achievments. However, my main interest is your surname. I share it also and have never really spoken with another 'Foulstone'. Have you ever researched your surname,
Luke Foulstone (

9:27 PM  

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