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Henry William Radford (19 June 1896 — 29 November 1972) was an English cricketer who played for Derbyshire in 1920.

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Radford was born in Derby, Derbyshire. He played three games for Derbyshire during the 1920 season, all during July. His debut was against Yorkshire when he took 2 wickets for 18 runs. He took another two wickets in his next match against Sussex, but did not strike in his last game against Somerset. Radford bowled thirty-one overs and picked up four wickets during his short time with the club. His average was 21.50 and his best performance 2 wickets for 18. He was a left-handed batsman with a top score of 14 and an average of 5.75, finishing "not out" in three of his six innings as a tailender/

Radford died 29 November 1972 in Banbury, Oxfordshire at the age of 76.

Radford's nephew was Austin Baxter, who played for Nottinghamshire between 1952 and 1953.

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