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Ronnie Hildersley (born 6 April 1965, Kirkcaldy) is a former professional footballer who played as a midfielder.

Although born in Scotland, Hildersley was an apprentice with Manchester City, who he made one Football League appearance for. After a loan spell with Chester City in the closing stages of the 1983–84 season he then joined the club permanently. He then played for Rochdale (1985-1986), Preston North End (1986-1988) and Cambridge United (1988, loan), before joining Division Two side Blackburn Rovers in July 1988.

Hildersley made 30 league appearances for the Ewood Park club before moving to Wigan Athletic two years later, followed by a spell with Halifax Town. After their relegation out of the Football League in 1993, Hildersley returned to Scotland and played for East Fife and Montrose.

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