Chris Broad played professional cricket and was an opening batsman for Gloucestershire, Nottinghamshire and England.
He played 26 test matches scoring six centuries, and also 34 One Day matches. He is also remembered for his feats in the 1986/87 Ashes series where he hit three centuries in consectutive tests.
After retiring from cricket in 1995 Chris has worked for as a television and radio commentator, and as a Match Referee with the International Cricket Council travelling the world to officiate at Test and One Day Series for the cricketing nations.
Chris also speaks on the after dinner circuit when he is available.