John Chadd

John Etheridge Chadd (born 27 October 1933 in Whitestone, Hereford) is an English former cricketer who played two first-class matches for Worcestershire, one in 1955 and the other the following year.

He took only two wickets, both in a single innings against Oxford University players in the latter year: lower-order batsmen Aubrey Walshe and Victor Clube. However, he conceded 84 runs from the 15 overs he sent down in that innings, and he never played first-class cricket again.

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