Hampshire Cricket History

Ryan Stevenson
January 30, 2021, 4:10 pm
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Ryan Anthony Stevenson (537) born Torquay 2.4.1992.

Squad number 47

Ryan Stevenson is a pace bowler who played for Devon in 2015 and joined Hampshire the same season, making his first-class debut v Durham. He played in three key games at the end of 2015 as Hampshire fought successfully to avoid relegation and in that first brief period, he had a top score of 30, and took three wickets. In following seasons he suffered from a serious back problem, playing three limited-overs games in 2016 (two wickets) and only one more first-class match, in 2017, v Cardiff University. In 2018, he played in ten T20 matches, taking nine wickets, then in 2019 he played in one Championship match, took one wicket, and recorded his highest score of 51 v Surrey (Oval). In 2020, he took 4-70 in his first Bob Willis Trophy match v Middlesex at Radlett but suffered a bad leg injury in a fielding accident. He played one more game, limited by rain to 78 overs, v Essex at Arundel, while in nine T20 matches he took three wickets.

His figures for Hampshire:

First-class: 7 matches; 124 runs at 20.66; HS: 51 v Surrey (Oval) 2019. 15 wickets, BB 4-70 v Middlesex (Radlett) 2020.

List A: 3 matches; 0 runs. Two wickets at 71.00; BB 1-28 v Essex (Southampton) 2016 

T20: 21 matches; 54 runs at 9.00; HS 17 v Essex (Southampton) 2020. 14 wickets; BB 2-28 v Essex (Chelmsford) 2018

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