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Bruce Roberts (born May 30, 1962) was a Zambian cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and a right-arm medium-pace bowler.
Roberts started his career with Transvaal and Transvaal B, before moving to England, to play for Derbyshire. Roberts would soon evolve from a lower-order batsman into a stroke-maker and occasional bowler. When Roberts played his second English season, this change in the order repaid handsomely, as he scored his maiden century.
He was a major force in the Sunday league Derbyshire team which won the championship in the 1987 season, and in 1988, his Transvaal team were victorious in the Currie Cup. Roberts played extensively through the 1989 and 1990 season, and played one match in 1991 before hanging up his bat.
Throughout his career, Roberts was a middle-lower order batsman and a consistent bowler, with decent batting and bowling averages moderately better than thirty in both cases.
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