David Anthony Pullan was born on 1 May 1944 at Farsley, Leeds, Yorkshire; he was a right handed batsman and wicketkeeper who played for Notts from 1970 to 1974 in Championship and List-A matches and Second Eleven games.
Initially, when he started out playing cricket David played for Yorkshire Seconds in the Minor Counties Championship from 1961 to 1967.
When he played for Notts, he played 95 matches scoring a total of 613 runs at an average of 8.75 and took 207 catches and 27 stumpings during his First-Class career and played 49 List-A matches scoring 38 runs at an average of 3.16 and caught 43 opponents and stumped a further two.
He was awarded his Yorks Second Eleven cap in 1966, a memorable year, and his Nottinghamshire cap in 1971.
Dave Pullan returned to Trent Bridge in 1979, appointed as General Manager to 'develop and improve facilities on the ground and to encourage sponsorship and the interest of local businesses in the Club '. He left in 1982 to make the short hop to the City Ground, as Commercial Manager for Nottingham Forest FC, where he stayed for many years. He is a regular attendee at the annual Notts Old Players lunches.
Nottinghamshire First-Class Number: 456