Jim Brailsford

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Jim Brailsford (born Frank Colliss Brailsford on August 26, 1933) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and a right-arm medium-pace bowler who played for Derbyshire.

He represented Derbyshire in first-class cricket during the 1958 season, having represented the team in the Minor Counties league since 1956. Making his debut against Sussex in August 1958, he underperformed with the bat from an opening batting position. He made two more first-class appearances before being dropped from the team, and he never appeared again for the Derbyshire team.

Eight years later, he made two appearances for Derbyshire in the Second XI Championship, and made his final cricketing appearance in 1968. He was dropped to a middle-order batting role during this time, with the emergence of the young opening batsman Ashley Harvey-Walker.

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