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John D.M. McCallum (c.1900 - ):
Sportsman


Johnnie McCallum was a badminton and cricket player. He was capped eight times for Ireland between 1913 and 1926 in badminton. He introduced the game into Denmark and in Ireland founded the Strollers Club. He was a major in the army in the Second World War and was awarded the Distinguished Service Order and the CBE. From 1961 to 1963 he was President of the International Badminton Federation, and served as Secretary for fifty-two years in the Northern Branch of the Badminton Union of Ireland. He was also capped for Ireland as a cricket wicket keeper.

Born: c.1900
Died:
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