The Broad Family
Former England opening batsman, Chris, began his international career in 1984 for the second test match against the West Indies at Lords. Shortly after, in 1986, he made his One Day International debut against Australia in Perth. In the 1986-87 Ashes series, Chris became the third Englishman to score centuries in three consecutive matches. His career spanned 25 test matches, with 6 centuries, all away from home, including a high score of 162.
In 1987 he was awarded International Cricketer of the year. Chris also played at home for Gloucestershire, Nottinghamshire and Orange Free State. In 2003 Chris became an ICC Test Official, refereeing for both Test matches and One Day Internationals.