Squad Number:
10
DOB:
23.11.88
Playing Style:
Right Hand Bat, Wicket-Keeper
Born:
Sussex, England
Debut:
April 2022 v Somerset
Best:
157 v Kent (April 2022)
  • Batting Average26.20
  • Highest Score73
  • Runs Scored131
  • Economy7.50
  • Wickets Taken0
  • Batting Average42.74
  • Highest Score156
  • Runs Scored812
  • Economy7.50
  • Wickets Taken0
  • Batting Average42.74
  • Highest Score156
  • Runs Scored812
  • Batting Average9.33
  • Highest Score11
  • Runs Scored28
  • Economy7.50
  • Wickets Taken0
  • Batting Average42.74
  • Highest Score156
  • Runs Scored812
  • Batting Average9.33
  • Highest Score11
  • Runs Scored28
  • Batting Average28.67
  • Highest Score64
  • Runs Scored172
  • Highest Score15
  • Runs Scored15
  • Highest Score15
  • Runs Scored15
  • Batting Average27.00
  • Highest Score98
  • Runs Scored270
  • Highest Score15
  • Runs Scored15
  • Batting Average27.00
  • Highest Score98
  • Runs Scored270
  • Economy7.50
  • Wickets Taken0
  • Batting Average42.74
  • Highest Score156
  • Runs Scored812
  • Batting Average51.37
  • Highest Score157
  • Runs Scored976
  • Batting Average51.37
  • Highest Score157
  • Runs Scored976
  • Batting Average50.40
  • Highest Score105
  • Runs Scored252
  • Batting Average38.67
  • Highest Score157
  • Runs Scored696
  • Batting Average38.67
  • Highest Score157
  • Runs Scored696
  • Batting Average21.22
  • Highest Score60
  • Runs Scored191

Ben Brown

Wicket-Keeper Batter

Ben Brown is a right-handed batter and wicket-keeper who signed for Hampshire ahead of the 2022 season.

Following his departure from Sussex, Brown moved to Hampshire on a two-year deal across all formats.

He was born in Crawley and came through the youth set-up at Sussex, before playing for England U19s in 2006-07 and making his first class debut the following summer.

Brown became a regular with both the bat and the gloves, even scoring over 1,000 runs in the 2015 LV= Insurance County Championship. Soon after, in 2017, Brown was given the role of captain of Sussex's County Championship and List A sides.

He continued to perform impressively in the seasons that followed, especially in red-ball cricket where he averaged 40.41 in his time at Sussex. In the 2021 County Championship, Brown averaged 51.36 from 12 matches and no other player scored more than his four centuries - all after having lost the captaincy midway through the season.

Brown announced he would be leaving Sussex after over two decades with the club in late 2021. Overall he played 318 matches for Sussex, racking up a total of 10,843 runs, 543 catches and 40 stumpings. 

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