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Roy Gilchrist (28 June 1934 - 18 July 2001) was a West Indian cricketer who played 13 Tests for the West Indies in the 1950\s. He was born in Saint Thomas, Jamaica and died of Parkinson\s disease in St Catherine, Jamaica at the age of 67. Gilchrist\s Test career might have been longer had he not been sent home halfway through West Indies\ 1958-59 tour of the subcontinent after disagreements with captain Gerry Alexander. One cause of this was Gilchrist\s \"penchant for bowling beamers from 18 yards\" as Cricinfo has put it, as well as off-field arguments.  This involved deliberately overstepping the bowling mark by four yards in order to come closer to the batsman and intimidate him. In the Fourth Test at Nagpur, after Indian batsman AG Kripal Singh had struck three consecutive boundaries and taunted him in an attempt to have him lose his temper and be sent home, Gilchrist
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