|Full name||Bertram Dudley Carris|
|Born||23 October 1917|
Flixton, Lancashire, England
|Died||19 August 2000 (aged 82)|
Plumstead, Western Cape, South Africa
|Bowling||Left-arm slow orthodox|
|Domestic team information|
Source: Cricket Archive, 28 August 2015
He played seven matches for Cambridge in 1938, with a best performance of 43 and 79 together with 2 for 60 and 2 for 19 with his left-arm spin against Glamorgan. He was awarded his cricket Blue. He also won a Blue at golf.
He played a full season for Cambridge in 1939, making his highest score of 87 against Surrey and scoring 44 and 36 in a narrow loss to Oxford University in the next match. He played the rest of the season with Middlesex, but without conspicuous success.