|Only Test||New Zealand v England at Christchurch, Mar 21-25, 1947 scorecard|
|First-class span||1938/39 - 1948/49|
Colin Snedden, who bowled offbreaks at medium pace and often took the new ball, made his one Test appearance in the rain-affected one-off match against England in 1946-47, taking 0 for 46 and not being called on to bat. He made his first-class debut shortly before the war, and aside from that and one appearance in 1948-49, his career was encapsulated in a 13-month period.
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