"Roland Bell" was an English people/English cricketer. Bell was a right-handed batting (cricket)/batsman who bowled roundarm bowling/roundarm slow, though with which arm he bowled with is not known. He was born at Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire.

Bell made a single first-class cricket/first-class appearance for Surrey County Cricket Club/Surrey against Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club/Nottinghamshire at The Oval in 1876. Bell was dismissed for a single run in Surrey's first-innings of 83 by Alfred Shaw, with Nottinghamshire replying to this innings by making 153 in their first-innings. Surrey made 142 in their second-innings, with Bell being dismissed again by Shaw, this time for 3 runs. Nottinghamshire chased down their target of 73 to win the match by 10 wickets. This was his only major appearance for Surrey.

He later became the headmaster of Hinchingbrooke School/Huntingdon Grammar School, a position he held from 1885 to 1905. He died at Leamington Spa, Warwickshire on 29 January 1935.

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