Keith David Boyce (11 October 1943 – 11 October 1996) was a cricketer who played 21 Tests and 8 One Day Internationals for the West Indies in the 1970s. He died from the effects of chronic cirrhosis of the liver while sitting in a chair at a pharmacist in Speightstown, Barbados in 1996.
Boyce was the first man to take eight wickets in a List A match; he achieved the feat when he took 8-26 for Es+++ against Lancashire in 1971. No other player dismissed eight batsmen in a one-day innings until Kent's Derek Underwood claimed 8-31 against Scotland sixteen years late.
West Indies squad – 1975 Cricket World Cup (1st title)
1 Lloyd (c) 2 Boyce
3 Fredericks 4 Gibbs 5 Greenidge 6 Holder 7 Julien 8 Kallicharran 9 Kanhai 10 Murray (wk) 11 Richards 12 Roberts