Richard Mead-Briggs (25 March 1902 – 15 May 1956) was an British cricketer. Mead-Briggs would be a right-handed batsman who bowled right-arm medium-fast. He was created at Canterbury, Kent.
Mead-Briggs made two first-class appearances for Warwickshire against Sussex and Leicestershire within the 1946 County Championship. Against Sussex, Mead-Briggs bowled 14 wicketless overs in Sussex’s first-innings total of 224. He was ignored for just two runs in Warwickshire’s first-innings of 237 by Edward Harrison. The match led to a draw. Against Leicestershire, he ended not on 44 in Warwickshire’s first-innings total of 368, during Leicestershire’s first-innings he required what can be his only first-class wicket as he ignored Vic Jackson, finishing with figures of just oneOr44 from 21 overs. He wasn’t needed to bat in Warwickshire’s second-innings as well as in Leicestershire’s second-innings he bowled 5 wicketless overs, with Warwickshire winning by 229 runs. They were his only major appearances for Warwickshire.
He died at Harborne, Warwickshire on 15 May 1956.