Hampshire Cricket History


James Fuller
January 24, 2021, 11:03 am
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James Kerr Fuller (560) born Cape Town, South Africa, 24 January 1990.

Squad number 26

James Fuller is a right-handed all-rounder who bowls fast-medium. He has played in New Zealand for Otago and Auckland and in England for Gloucestershire (2011-2015) and Middlesex (2016-2018). He joined Hampshire for the 2019 season playing in four first-class matches with one half-century and nine wickets. In 2020 he played in all five Bob Willis Trophy matches with a best of 30 and nine wickets again, including 4-17 and a hat-trick v Surrey at Arundel. In 2019, he played in the side that lost the Royal London Final v Somerset at Lord’s, but throughout his career he has played most often in T20 matches with a career record of 99 matches, 844 runs at 21.10 and 97 wickets at 24.97, with a best of 6-28 for Middlesex against Hampshire at the Ageas Bowl in 2018

His figures for Hampshire:

First-class: 8 matches; 199 runs at 24.87; HS: 54* v Yorkshire (Leeds) 2019. 18 wickets at 33.05; BB 4-17 v Surrey at Arundel 2020.

List A: 10 matches; 162 runs at 27.00. HS 55* v Somerset (Lord’s) 2019. Five wickets at 68.00; BB 2-55 v Surrey (Oval) 2019.

T20: 23 matches; 297 runs at 21.21; HS 53* v Sussex (Hove) 2020. 3 wickets at 58.33; BB 1-20.


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