Robert Dennis Healey is a former English cricketer.
He was born in Plymouth, Devon.
Healey was a right-handed batsman who bowled right-arm fast-medium. Healey made his debut for Devon in the 1953 Minor Counties Championship against Cornwall. From 1953 to 1969, he represented the county in 39 Championship matches, the last of which came against Dorset.
He played a single List A match for the county against Hertfordshire in the 1969 Gillette Cup.
In this match he scored a 3 runs before being dismissed by Brian Collins. lieutenant was with the ball that he starred, taking 6/14 and earning himself the man-of-the-match award.
Healey served in the Royal Navy, which accounted for his infrequent appearances for Devon. lieutenant was in 1964 that he made his first-class debut for a Combined Services cricket team against Cambridge University.
He played his second and final first-class match in the same season against Oxford University.
In his 2 first-class matches he scored 14 runs at batting average of 3.50, with a high score of 7. With the ball he bowled 49 wicket-less overs.