David Colley
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"David John Colley" is a former Australian cricketer who played in 3 Test cricket/Tests and one One Day International/ODI in 1972.

Colley was a medium-fast bowler who played for New South Wales cricket team/New South Wales in the Sheffield Shield between 1969/70 and 1977/78. He played 3 Test matches and 1 One Day International for the Australian cricket team/Australian national team during their 1972 tour of England. Colley played in the first 3 Tests in the The Ashes/1972 Ashes series. He opened the bowling in his first Test in Old Trafford cricket ground/Manchester and was first change bowler (Dennis Lillee and Bob Massie opened) in his second at Lord's cricket ground/Lord's. Massie took 16 wickets on debut in that match.

Category:1947 births

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Category:Australia Test cricketers

Category:Australia One Day International cricketers

Category:New South Wales cricketers

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