Full name Reginald Gordon Brindle
Born October 3, 1925, Warrington, Lancashire
Died March 16, 1998, Newton-le-Willows, Lancashire (aged 72 years 164 days)
Major teams Warwickshire
Batting style Right-hand bat
|First-class span||1949 - 1949|
Brindle, Reginald Gordon, who died in Newton-le-Willows on March 16, 1998, aged 72, spent two summers on the Warwickshire staff from 1948 and played against Combined Services in 1949. A right-handed batsman from Warrington, he compiled attractive innings of 42 and 32 to confirm his potential, but Warwickshire's Championship aspirations, fulfilled in 1950, were being built around a cadre of experienced players. Brindle was not given another chance and returned north to score heavily in Merseyside club cricket.
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2003
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