Keith Bradshaw (cricketer)

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Keith Bradshaw
Personal information
Full nameKeith Bradshaw
Born (1963-10-02) 2 October 1963 (age 57)
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
BattingRight-hand batsman
BowlingRight-arm medium pace
Domestic team information
Career statistics
Competition First-class List A
Matches 25 9
Runs scored 1,083 180
Batting average 25.78 20.00
100s/50s 2/4 0/0
Top score 121 43
Balls bowled 738 150
Wickets 9 4
Bowling average 48.77 33.50
5 wickets in innings 0 0
10 wickets in match 0 0
Best bowling 3/81 1/15
Catches/stumpings 12/– 7/–
Source: Cricket Archive, 19 August 2010

Keith Bradshaw (born 2 October 1963, in Hobart, Tasmania) is an Australian cricketer, accountant and administrator.

He was a right-handed batsman who played in 25 first-class and nine List A limited-over matches for Tasmania between 1984–85 and 1987-88 without fulfilling his early promise. In his fifth match, he scored 121 against Queensland. He represented Sussex in 1986 at Second XI and Under-25 level, without breaking into the 1st XI. He lost his place in the Tasmanian team during the 1986–87 season and retired after making a final appearance during the following season. He deputised for the State Captain David Boon, during his absence, while on international duty.

He returned to the University of Tasmania to complete his studies in 1988. Upon qualifying as an accountant, he forged a successful business career with Price Waterhouse and Deloitte rising to be a Partner.

In 2001, after a brief hiatus from competitive cricket, he made a final comeback with the Derwent Cricket Club in the Southern Tasmanian Cricket League, which lasted until the 2005–06 season.

He was appointed as the Secretary & Chief Executive by the Marylebone Cricket Club on 30 January 2006, succeeding the retiring Roger Knight in October 2006.

As Chief Executive of the MCC Bradshaw had a place on the administrative board of the England and Wales Cricket Board. It was reported that he was involved in the removal from office of England Head Coach Duncan Fletcher in April 2007. [1]

The MCC accepted his resignation as Secretary in August 2011. Bradshaw was awarded Honorary Life Membership.

In November 2011 it was announced that South Australian Cricket Association had appointed Bradshaw as its next CEO.[2]

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  1. ^ "England to limit coach's powers". 30 April 2007. Retrieved 21 July 2021.
  2. ^ "Bradshaw named new SACA chief executive". 17 November 2011. Retrieved 25 May 2021.

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