Roger BRADLEY - Overseas player 1986
Roger Bradley was the first overseas player of the modern era of Illingworth Cricket Club. In answer to the growing number of overseas players, in particular first class players that began to appear for Airedale & Wharefedale teams in the mid 1980s Roger Bradley came from New Zealand in 1986 and began a long series of popular overseas players from 'down under'. Unfortunately, Bradley was looking for much more cricket than the club was able to provide and so he returned to Middlesex before moving and settling in Amsterdam, Holland. Having gained ICC qualification status, Bradley began an illustrious and influential career opening the batting for the Dutch National side which regular play in the Natwest Trophy.
ICC Trophy Debut: Netherlands v United Arab Emirates at Toronto - Jun 29, 2001
Playing Statistics - http://www.cricinfo.com/netherlands/content/player/24871.html