Born in Hebden Bridge, Yorkshire, England, Fiddling was a professional who played 18 games for Yorkshire from 1938 to 1946, and 142 for Northants from 1947 to 1953. A specialist wicket-keeper, he took 226 catches and completed 76 stumpings in 160 matches. He was less prolific as a right-handed batsman, scoring 1,380 runs at 11.69, with a best score of 68 for Northants against Surrey.  His career was finished by ill health.
Fiddling died in Halifax, West Yorkshire, in June 1992.
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