Bradley Young

Bradley Young

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Bradley Evan Young (born 23 February 1973 in Adelaide) is a former Australian cricketer. A left-arm orthodox spinner who was also an aggressive lower order right hand batsman, he played six One Day Internationals for Australia but no Tests in the 1998/99 period. Young was selected for Australia at the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpar, taking a hat trick against New Zealand and winning a silver medal after losing to South Africa in the final.

His last match ended after he slid into the fence trying to prevent a boundary and needed to be carried from the Sydney Cricket Ground in considerable pain after injuring his leg. Nowadays he lives and plays cricket in Adelaide for Grange Cricket Club in the Adelaide Turf Cricket association.

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