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India in New Zealand 2013-14

The evolution of Corey Anderson

Jan 23, 2014: Grant Bradburn, former coach of Northern Districts, recounts the rise of Corey Anderson, who took some brave decisions, overcame the hurdles of debilitating injuries and countered weight issues

Abhishek Purohit in Hamilton

West Indies in New Zealand 2013-14

Dynamite Corey

Jan 9, 2014: New Zealand's latest power hitter is only 23 but he has overcome a series of challenges, including debilitating injuries, to get this far

Andrew Alderson

New Zealand news

Grant Bradburn named New Zealand A and U-19 coach

Jul 4, 2013: Grant Bradburn, the former New Zealand offspinner, has been appointed head coach of New Zealand A and the national Under-19 side

ESPNcricinfo staff

Plunket Shield 2011-12

Northern Districts win Plunket Shield

Mar 28, 2012: Northern Districts have won their second Plunket Shield title in three years

ESPNcricinfo staff

'Not just a Black Cap'

Mar 21, 2012: Grant Bradburn pushes his players to think beyond national ambitions. Unlike his own career, he wants theirs to be world-class

Firdose Moonda

New Zealand domestic cricket

Bradburn to continue as Northern Districts coach

May 5, 2009: Grant Bradburn will stay on as coach of the Northern Districts after he replaced Andy Moles, who left to coach the New Zealand team, in November 2008, NZPA reported

ESPNcricinfo staff

New Zealand domestic news

Northern Districts replace Moles

Nov 28, 2008: Grant Bradburn, the former Test offspinner, has been picked to replace Andy Moles as the Northern Districts coach for the rest of the season

ESPNcricinfo staff

Long-serving Grant Bradburn retires from cricket

Sep 18, 2002: New Zealand domestic cricket lost one of its longest-serving players of the modern generation today when Northern Districts stalwart Grant Bradburn decided to retire

Lynn McConnell

Bradburn in the greatest learning period of his career

Jul 11, 2001: Grant Bradburn's started playing first-class cricket in 1985/86, but he says the last three months have been the greatest learning period of his career

Lynn McConnell
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