It was his bowling that cemented his place as this week's award-winner - his second of the season, but his contribution with the bat on Saturday was just as important.
Bradley played despite having work commitments in the morning and was forced down the batting order due to his late arrival, his knock of 29 coming in at seven was a vital one though, it was the second highest score of the innings and allowed Park to reach a match-winning total of 148.
Despite Park being a man light, he still managed to go at under three runs an over with a 15-over spell in which he took 5-41, bowling with good pace and direction - and all that whilst playing through a back injury.
He has been a key player for the 2nd XI when he has played, having now taken 12 wickets in five games and hitting two half-centuries that have led him to an impressive second team average of 42.75.
A big honourable mention this week goes to the 3rd XI's two 14-year-old bowlers Alex Unwin and Alex Snapes, they opened the bowling on Sunday and took two wickets each at a good economy rate; Unwin had figures of 2-15 from six overs and Snapes was 2-16 from his six. Other good performances this week came from Ben Coulbeck who hit 47 and Jonny Wales with 5-34, both in the 1st XI's win over Bunbury. Kendol Richardson (34 for 2nd XI) and Sam Speak (33 for 3rd XI) also looked good with the bat.