Bruce Laird

Bruce Laird

Bruce Malcolm Laird (born 21 November 1950, Mount Lawley, Western Australia) is a former Western Australian and Australian cricketer. He was an opening batsmen who played in 21 Tests and 23 ODIs. He also starred in World Series Cricket.

Read more about Bruce Laird:  Early Career, International Recognition, World Series Cricket, Return To Official Cricket, Dropped

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