Kyle Abbott

Kyle Abbott

All-Rounder
Squad Number: 87
DOB: 18.06.87
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: April 2014 v Gloucestershire
Best Performance: 9-40 v Somerset (September 2019)
Kyle Abbott was born in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa and represented his national side in all three formats at International level before joining Hampshire in 2017.

Abbott created history in 2019 claiming the best First-Class figures of any Hampshire player and the best County Championship match figures since 1956. His 17-86 against Somerset is the fourth best haul ever recorded in England.
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Tom Alsop

Tom Alsop

Wicket-Keeper Batsman
Squad Number: 9
DOB: 27.11.95
Player Style: Left Hand Bat
Debut: May 2014 v Cardiff MCCU
Best Performance: 150 v Warwickshire (May, 2019)
Tom Alsop was born in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire and is a product of Hampshire’s impressive youth system.

Alsop has continued his positive development in recent seasons, contributing with the bat and gloves in all formats. The left-hander has been crucial to Hampshire's red and white-ball successes, helping the side secure a first white-ball trophy in six years in 2018 and a second successive List A final in 2019.
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Keith Barker

Keith Barker

All-Rounder
Squad Number: 13
DOB: 21.10.86
Player Style: Left Hand Bat, Left Hand Bowler
Debut: April 2019 v Essex
Best Performance: 5-48 v Kent (September, 2019)
Keith Barker was born in Manchester, Lancashire and first joined Hampshire in 2018.

The seamer took 38 County Championship wickets in his first season at The Ageas Bowl, forming a deadly three-pronged seam attack alongside Kyle Abbott and Fidel Edwards in 2019, whilst also providing valuable lower-order runs with the bat, totalling 357 runs at an average of 25.50.
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Mason Crane

Mason Crane

Bowler
Squad Number: 32
DOB: 18.02.97
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: July 2015 v Surrey
Best Performance: 5-35 v Warwickshire (Aug, 2015)
Mason Crane was born in Shoreham-by-Sea, Sussex and is regarded as one of the most exciting spin bowling prospects in the country.

After claiming 49 wickets in all formats in 2017, he received an England call-up, featuring in two T20Is before also making his Test debut in the 2017/18 Ashes series. Despite returning to England with an injury which limited him in 2018, Crane enjoyed positive 2019 & 2020 campaigns and was looking back at his best in 2021.
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Scott Currie

Scott Currie

Bowler
Squad Number: 44
DOB: 02.05.01
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: August 2020 v Kent Spitfires
Best Performance: 3-42 v Kent (September 2020)
Scott Currie was born in Poole, Dorset and is a promising young seamer who has come through Hampshire's impressive youth system.

A 6ft 5in bowler, Currie helped Hampshire win the Second XI Championship and represented England at the U19 World Cup, before making his T20 and First-Class debuts for Hampshire during the 2020 season.
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Liam Dawson

Liam Dawson

All-Rounder
Squad Number: 8
DOB: 01.03.90
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Left Arm Bowler
Debut: August 2007 v Northamptonshire
Best Performance: 169 v Somerset (May, 2011)
Liam Dawson was born in Swindon, Wiltshire and is considered one of the best spinning all-rounders in the country.

Dawson has made key contributions in all formats since his debut in 2007, contributing to four trophies in his time at The Ageas Bowl. He has also enjoyed great international success, representing England in all formats, whilst also being part of England's historic 2019 Cricket World Cup trophy-winning squad.
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Aneurin Donald

Aneurin Donald

Batsman
Squad Number: 12
DOB: 20.12.96
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: April 2019 v Kent
Best Performance: 173 v Warwickshire (July 2019)
Aneurin Donald was born in Swansea, Glamorgan and arrived at Hampshire from Glamorgan in 2018.

A destructive batsman, Donald had a promising first season in Hampshire colours, scoring 888 runs in all three formats, including a magnificent 173 off 144 balls in 2019. A serious achilles injury suffered in December 2019 caused Donald to sit out the truncated 2020 season. Donald suffered a set back in his recovery meaning he missed the whole of the 2021 season.
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James Fuller

James Fuller

All-Rounder
Squad Number: 26
DOB: 24.01.90
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: April 2019 v Kent
Best Performance: 3-51 v Yorkshire (May, 2019)
James Fuller was born in Cape Town and arrived at Hampshire from Middlesex in 2018.

A positive first season with Hampshire in 2019 saw Fuller contribute in all formats, helping Hampshire reach a second successive List A final. 2020 was a season to remember for the all-rounder as he became the 15th player to record a hat-trick for Hampshire with an incredible spell against Surrey. Fuller helped contribute in all formats in 2021 as Hampshire reached Finals Day.
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Ian Holland

Ian Holland

All-Rounder
Squad Number: 22
DOB: 03.10.90
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Hand Bowler
Debut: June 2017 v Warwickshire
Best Performance: 146 v Middlesex (April, 2021)
Ian Holland was born in Wisconsin, USA and has represented Hampshire in all formats since making his debut in 2017.

A savvy all-rounder, Holland's 478 runs across nine County Championship games proved crucial in 2019, whilst he enjoyed a fantastic 2020 campaign, claiming 17 wickets at 17.47 apiece in the Bob Willis Trophy, including career-best figures of 6-60 against Surrey.
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Lewis McManus

Lewis McManus

Wicket-Keeper Batsman
Squad Number: 18
DOB: 09.10.94
Player Style: Right Hand Bat
Debut: May 2015 v Yorkshire
Best Performance: 132* v Surrey (September, 2016)
Lewis McManus was born in Poole, Dorset and is a product of Hampshire's highly successful youth system.

The wicket-keeper batsman enjoyed a breakthrough year in his first full season in 2016 and has continued to demonstrate his ability with both gloves and bat since then, featuring in Hampshire's 2018 50-over triumph and making important contributions, particularly in white-ball cricket.
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Felix Organ

Felix Organ

Batsman
Squad Number: 3
DOB: 02.06.99
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: September 2017 v Middlesex
Best Performance: 100 v Kent (July 2019)
Felix Organ was born in Sydney, Australia and is an exciting batsman from Hampshire's highly-successful youth system.

Felix made his First XI debut in September 2017 against Middlesex. Further opportunities arrived in 2019 and he took full advantage, recording his maiden County Championship ton and first five-wicket haul, before featuring in all five Bob Willis Trophy fixtures.
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Tom Prest

Tom Prest

All-Rounder
Squad Number: 24
DOB: 24.03.03
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Off Spin Bowler
Debut: July 2021 v Surrey
Best Performance: 59 v Gloucestershire (July, 2021)
Tom Prest was born in Wimbourne, Dorset and is another product of Hampshire's impressive youth system.

Prest began the 2021 season in the 2nd XI and impressed with regular high scores, including a triple hundred against Sussex. The 18 year-old made his first team debut against Surrey at The Ageas Bowl and went on to have a positive impact on Hampshire's T20 campaign.
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Nick Gubbins

Nick Gubbins

Batsman
Squad Number: 18
DOB: 31.12.93
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Off Spin Bowler
Debut: July 2021 v Surrey
Best Performance: 137 v Gloucestershire (July, 2021)
Nick Gubbins is a classy left-handed batsman who was born in Richmond, London and joined Hampshire from Middlesex in 2021.

After seven successful seasons at Middlesex, including winning a County Championship trophy in 2016, Gubbins made the mid season switch to Hampshire first on loan, then on a permanent deal.
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James Vince

James Vince

Batsman & Club Captain
Squad Number: 14
DOB: 14.03.91
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: May 2009 v Loughborough MCCU
Best Performance: 240 v Essex (June, 2014)
James Vince was born in Cuckfield, Sussex and is a product of Hampshire’s impressive youth system.

Club captain since 2018, Vince represented Hampshire’s age-group sides before cementing his place in the first-team aged just 18. Following excellent success at domestic level with Hampshire, he has since gone to make his international debuts with England in all formats and was part of England's ICC Cricket World Cup winning side in 2019.
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Joe Weatherley

Joe Weatherley

Batsman
Squad Number: 5
DOB: 19.01.97
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: April 2016 v Cardiff MCCU
Best Performance: 128* v Lancashire (June, 2018)
Joe Weatherley was born in Winchester, Hampshire and is talented opening batsman from Hampshire's impressive youth system.

After making his Hampshire debuts in all formats in 2016, Weatherley has since gained a regular First XI spot. His contributions with the bat were vital to Hampshire's 2018 50-over triumph, whilst his development continued in a truncated 2020 season as he impressed throughout the Bob Willis Trophy.
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Brad Wheal

Brad Wheal

Bowler
Squad Number: 58
DOB: 26.08.96
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: May 2015 v Middlesex
Best Performance: 6-51 v Nottinghamshire (August, 2016)
Brad Wheal was born in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa and first joined Hampshire in 2015 after heading to the UK from his home nation.

The paceman has made key contributions with the ball over the last four seasons, including man-of-the-match performances in both the County Championship and Vitality Blast - having been plagued by injuries over the years, Wheal was able to get through a full season in 2021.
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Ross Whiteley

Ross Whiteley

Batsman
Squad Number: 4
DOB: 13.09.88
Player Style: Left Hand Bat
Ross Whiteley is a hard-hitting batter who joined Hampshire on a white-ball contract following the culmination of the 2021 season.

After solidifying himself as a dangerous boundary-hitting batter, Ross was selected for The Ageas Bowl-based Southern Brave for The Hundred in 2021, which saw Whiteley contribute 44 out-out in the Final to lead his side to win the competition's inaugural title.
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Chris Wood

Chris Wood

Bowler
Squad Number: 25
DOB: 27.06.90
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Left Arm Bowler
Debut: April 2009 v Glamorgan
Best Performance: 5-22 v Glamorgan (August, 2012)
Chris Wood was born in Basingstoke, Hampshire and is a product of Hampshire’s impressive youth system.

An experienced left-arm seamer who signed his first contract with the club in 2010, Wood has been a prominent feature throughout Hampshire's white-ball success since making his professional debut 12 years ago and the paceman is the Clubs all-time leading T20 wicket-taker.
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