After being schooled at Dover College, Colin Bradford worked for the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries in Battersea and spent time overseas visiting various farms and plantations.
He spent part of his National Service in South Wales and was chosen to play for Glamorgan in their side against the West of England at Briton Ferry in 1944. He did not bat or bowl in the game but caught Bill Andrews off the bowling of Dennis Shea.
After the Second World War, he became a farmer in the East Midlands and appeared for Coalville and District in 1949 as well as the Derby and District Cricket Association in 1950.
BRADFORD, Colin H.
Born – 1917.
Died – Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 20 July 1973.
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