Bordertown’s finest wicketkeeper/batsman has made a strong impact on our club in his short time with us.

Taking on the B grade captaincy over two stints, Grady has been a strong leader and hard-working, taking the side to one wicket of a grand final in 2017/18.

Work sees him relinquishing the skipper’s role, but Grady will remain a very important part of the club’s plans in the years to come (especially if he can add bowling skills to his resume).

With captaincy duties handed to Stefan Lainas this season, Grady Hudd will be looking to make more of an impact with the bat in 2019/20.

Junior club – Bordertown

Top score – 101* in under 16s. I peaked early.

Best bowling figures – I’ll always cherish my B1 wicket from last season.

Premierships – Three, all with Bordertown (two in U16s, one in B grade)

Personal cricket highlight – Watching Rob ‘Lean and Mean’ McLean blaze 151 against Unley.

TOSer to star in 2019/20 – Liam Beazleigh. Big season ahead, I reckon.

Your aims for 2019/20 – Aims for season 19/20 – Winning a B1 premiership, and not get out in the 50s (again).

Your TOS Dreamteam player – Brad Cameron. He’s basically Steve Smith – started out bowling leg spin, turned into ATCA’s Bradman.

Brad Cameron celebrates another century.

Favourite TOSCC member – Ben Hall. I miss him sledging me in the field instead of the batsmen.

Will we see a guest sledging appearance from Ben Hall in 2019/20?

Song you can sing every line to – Bulls on Parade, Rage Against The Machine.

One of the best bands in the world. No bull.

Do you have a Kathmandu jacket – No

Five people you’d invite to a birthday party – Tiger Woods, Joel Selwood, Steve Johnson, Tom Morello, Ricky Ponting.

Who’s faster between wickets, Alex Cotter or Brad Cameron? – Cotter. His waddle is deceptively quick.

Who was best on ground in the 2018/19 grand final? – Brad Cameron

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