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Shawn Bradstreet      

Full name Shawn David Bradstreet

Born February 28, 1972, Wollongong, New South Wales

Current age 42 years 235 days

Major teams New South Wales

Batting style Right-hand bat

Bowling style Right-arm fast-medium

Shawn David Bradstreet
Batting and fielding averages
Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 Ct St
First-class 9 17 4 296 60 22.76 798 37.09 0 1 6 0
List A 50 39 16 663 75* 28.82 0 2 17 0
Bowling averages
Mat Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10
First-class 9 1074 744 12 2/32 62.00 4.15 89.5 0 0
List A 50 1822 1496 47 4/23 4/23 31.82 4.92 38.7 2 0 0
Career statistics
First-class span 1998-2003
List A debut 1998/99
Last List A South Australia v New South Wales at Adelaide, Jan 23, 2005 scorecard
Profile

Shawn 'Winger' Bradstreet might have suffered from an onset of stress fractures in his back that threatened to jeopardise his cricket career almost before it had started. But it has ultimately not stopped him from stringing together several consistent summers at club level or from making a generally successful transition to interstate cricket over recent seasons. An all-rounder, Bradstreet hails from the Manly-Warringah club and is a competitive, iron-willed and dependable player. His major asset is his ability to bowl with good pace and with a healthy complement of swing, particularly away from right handers. But he is also a more than handy strokemaker and is capable of playing either forcefully or patiently as situations decree. At domestic level, these qualities manifested themselves immediately; in his very first game, he featured in a defiant partnership of 96 for the ninth wicket that led to a stunning and unlikely New South Wales win over Queensland at North Sydney in 1998-99. The suffocatingly accurate spell that netted him figures of 2/17 against South Australia shortly thereafter and the magnificent unbeaten 75 that he compiled to lead his team to another stirring victory against Western Australia only reinforced the favourable impression; moreover, they went a long way toward securing him the coveted Mercantile Mutual Cup Rookie of the Year title. Bradstreet's general cricketing nous is also well respected and, during the 1999-2000 summer, he even won a meteoric promotion to the Blues' captaincy post in the absence of the squad's international representatives. While he was unable to lift the team to great heights (and even continued to be omitted from the eleven when the internationals returned!), the appointment was a mark of the esteem in which he is held. It also provided ringing endorsement of the fact that his influence in his state's progress over forthcoming years should continue to be significant. (John Polack, May 2001)

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Oct 24, 2004

Shawn Bradstreet in action for NSW Blues v Tigers, October 2004

Shawn Bradstreet

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Oct 24, 2004

Shawn Bradstreet in action for NSW Blues v Tigers, October 2004

Shawn Bradstreet

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Aug 29, 2002

Portrait of Shawn Bradstreet, New South Wales, August 2002

Shawn Bradstreet - Portrait August 2002

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Notes

First-class Debut: New South Wales v Western Australia at Perth, 1998/99

List A Debut: New South Wales v Queensland at Sydney, 1998/99

Commonwealth Bank Cricket Academy 1993

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