Roy Hill was born into a distinguished, South Australian sporting family. He was one of 18 siblings, six of whom played cricket for South Australia and of those, five pulled on a Norwood guernsey. An older brother, Clem, captained the Australian Test side and was acclaimed by many as the world’s premier left-hand batsman. His father, Henry John Hill, playing for North Adelaide against a visiting Kent County Side is credited with scoring the first century at Adelaide Oval.
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