David Bailey (cricketer born 1943)
Bailey made a single List A appearance for the side, during the 1965 Gillette Cup, against Warwickshire. From the opening order, he scored 2 runs, as Warwickshire won the match without losing a single wicket.
- David Bailey at Cricket Archive
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