'Bradders' was playing just his second 2nd XI game of the season, but he has made his mark already with over 100 runs and three wickets across his two appearances.
With captain and regular opening bowler Tom Norman unavailable, Bradley opened up on Saturday and bowled right the way through his full set of 15 overs, finishing with figures of 2-47 - he was unlucky not to get more and on another day would have done if Park had held their catches.
After hitting a 51 in the previous game, his excellent form with the bat continued as he made his second consecutive half-century with a knock of 50 that came from 67 balls and included seven fours.
Unfortunately he was the only Park player who showed anything with the bat on Saturday as Langley bowled Winnington out for 101 to take home the win. But Park's main positive to take from the game was Bradders reminding us how important of a player he can be for the club with both bat and ball.
onny Wales makes yet another appearance on the honourable mentions this week as he took his third 5-fer of the season with 5-24 in the 1st XI at Stockport Trinity, James Hanson was also in the wickets - grabbing 4-56 in the 2nd XI - and 14-year-old Alex Unwin put in another impressive performance with two wickets in the 3rd XI's loss at Nelson.