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James Taylor

Batting style:
Right Handed bat
Bowling style:
Leg break
Played for:
England, England A, Leicestershire, MCC, Nottinghamshire, England Under-19, Sussex, England Lions
Roles played:
Batsman
Home country:
England
Born:
January 06, 1990, Nottingham

Profile

A diminutive right-hand batsman and a legbreak bowler, James Taylor has risen through the ranks of English cricket in no time. A part of England's Under-19 squad, he went on to represent his team in the 2008 U-19 World Cup.

Debuting for Worcestershire in first-class cricket in 2008, it took a while before Taylor created an impact on the field. He had a wonderful 2009 season, which also earned him the Cricket Writer's Club Young Player of the Year award. Taylor then captained the England Lions in their one-day games against Sri Lanka in 2011, and impressed with two centuries in the series. A weeek later, he was granted his first international berth in England's ODI squad for their series against Ireland, where he made his debut. The following year, Taylor played his inaugural Test against South Africa.
 


Statistics

Show:
  Matches Innings Runs NO Avg. SR 100's 50's HS
Test 2 3 48 0 16 31.57 0 0 34
ODI 2 2 26 0 13 52 0 0 25
  Catches Stumpings Runouts
Test 2 0 0

Career

Span:
Test:
2012-2012
 
ODI:
2011-2013
Test
Debut:
England Vs South Africa at Headingley, Leeds - Aug 02, 2012
Last played:
England Vs South Africa at Lord's, London - Aug 16, 2012
ODI
Debut:
England Vs Ireland at Castle Avenue, Dublin - Aug 25, 2011
Last played:
England Vs Ireland at The Village, Malahide, Dublin - Sep 03, 2013
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