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Jim Bradford (Australian footballer)

Jim "Nipper" Bradford (2 March 1926 - 2005) was an Australian rules football player. He played seven games with Collingwood in 1943, and nine with North Melbourne in 1949.[1]

He was the shortest player ever to play Australian rules football at the highest level. He stood five feet tall (152 centimetres).[2] He was named as the rover in Camberwell Football Club's Team of the Century.[3]


External links

  • Jim Bradford's statistics from AFL Tables
  • Full Points Footy Biography

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