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  • Sensational Seconds seal place in Trophy Final

    Tuesday 26 August 2014

    Dan Redfern’s excellent all-round performance, coupled with late heroics from Tom Wells and Lewis Hill, saw Leicestershire into the Second XI Final after a five-wicket win in a truncated match against Middlesex.

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Alex Wyatt

Squad Number - 16

Player Sponsor - Baxters the Printers http://www.baxterstheprinters.co.uk/

Born - Roehampton, 23 July, 1990

Joined - Leicestershire Young Cricketers 2000, Academy 2007, Full Staff 2009

Role - Right Hand Batsman, Right Arm Fast Medium Bowler

Teams Represented - Leicestershire Second XI

Highlight of Career - Making Second XI debut, making first-class debut, taking the wicket of Ramnaresh Sarwan in tour game

Players Admired - Glenn McGrath

Relaxations - Golf, Cards, Travelling

An accurate, reliable bowler who shapes the ball away, Alex Wyatt continues to make excellent progress at Grace Road. Wyatt picked up 26 first-class wickets in 2013, and also worked hard on his batting.

Wyatt cemented his place in the Leicestershire LV=CC side over the course of 2013 and also made some one-day appearances, including the excellent win against Gloucestershire at Grace Road.

In 2012, Wyatt particularly impressed in both LV=CC games against a strong Hampshire batting line-up. The seamer caused plenty of problems for experienced duo Neil McKenzie and Simon Katich during the win at Grace Road.

Wyatt picked up 13 first-class wickets in four appearances in 2011, including the prized scalp of Andrew Strauss in the final game of the year. The bowler also did well in List A games and in the Second XI and that followed on from promising performances earlier in his Leicestershire career.

Wyatt made a big impression in the Leicestershire ream in 2009. The bowler had a great first-class debut against West Indies by dismissing our current overseas player Ramnaresh Sarwan, his now teammate who England could not seem to remove during their tour to the Caribbean earlier that year.

He also showed up well during his only Championship appearance against Gloucestershire at Bristol and was brilliant on t20 debut at the Riverside.

Not fazed by Durham Dynamos’ batting line-up which comprised many international batsmen, Wyatt took 3-14 from four overs – including a maiden – and took the scalps of ex-England player Paul Collingwood and former Australia ODI batsman Michael di Venuto.

Wyatt's career record at Leicestershire:

application/pdf Alex Wyatt 2013 (36.74 kB)

 
 

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