Vaughan John Pascal Broadley, born 4 April 1972 in Sutton-in-Ashfield, was a right-handed batsman who bowled right-arm medium fast.
Broadley made a single First-Class appearance for Notts against Derbys in the 1991 County Championship game. In this match, he batted once, scoring 6 runs before being dismissed by Dominic Cork. With the ball he took a single wicket, that of Indian batsman Mohammad Azharuddin. This wicket came at an overall cost of 111 runs from 32 overs bowled.
Most of his cricket at Notts was played in the Second Eleven, where he featured nine times in the Second XI Championship and seven times in the Second Eleven Trophy competition, all in that same 1991 season. Since then, he has been active in local club cricket, primarily for Retford where he played until 2007.
Nottinghamshire First-Class Number: 537