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Tony Bristow was an Australian-born former cricketer. He was a left-handed batsman who played for Bedfordshire.
Born in New South Wales, Bristow made his 1st Grade debut at the age of 17.[ citation needed ] After playing 9 years for Charlestown he decided to come to England as a professional cricketer.[ citation needed ]
Bristow made three List A appearances for Bedfordshire between 2001 and 2002, his debut coming against Dorset. In spite of his position in the lower-middle order, Bristow never batted in his one-day career.He also played a total of 13 Minor Counties games for the team.
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