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Squad No:
5
DOB:
19.01.97
Playing Style:
Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Born:
Winchester, England
  • Batting Average7.2
  • Highest Score12
  • Runs Scored36
  • Batting Average7.2
  • Highest Score12
  • Runs Scored36
  • Batting Average35.71
  • Highest Score105
  • Runs Scored250
  • Batting Average7.2
  • Highest Score12
  • Runs Scored36
  • Batting Average35.71
  • Highest Score105
  • Runs Scored250
  • Bowling Average32.5
  • Economy4.64
  • Wickets Taken2
  • Batting Average22.95
  • Highest Score126
  • Runs Scored459
  • Batting Average12
  • Highest Score12
  • Runs Scored12
  • Batting Average12
  • Highest Score12
  • Runs Scored12
  • Bowling Average67
  • Economy4.19
  • Wickets Taken1
  • Batting Average29.27
  • Highest Score66
  • Runs Scored322

Joe Weatherley

Batsman

Joe is a highly-rated top-order batsman and off-spin bowler.

Born in Winchester, Joe is a product of Hampshire’s hugely successful youth system and has represented the county from a young age.  Coming through the ranks, Joe regularly impressed the Hants coaching staff with his consistent runs, showing a temperament at the top of the order way beyond his years.

Weatherley, who has a good sporting pedigree as his father Ken played tennis at Wimbledon, enjoyed a very impressive 2015 campaign for the Hampshire Second XI, hitting three hundreds and three fifties at an average of 41.

After working hard on developing his off-spin in training, Weatherley played a more prominent role with the ball in 2015 with match figures of 6-46 in the Second XI match against Glamorgan at the Ageas Bowl in July a clear highlight.

Having signed a development contract keeping him at the club until the end of the 2016 campaign, Weatherley made nine appearances for Hampshire's senior squad across all formats: two first-class games, two List-A matches and five T20s.

The right-hander recorded his highest first-class score against Cardiff MCCU in April, and hitting 43 off 28 in Hampshire's 25-run T20 victory over Glamorgan in July and showed real potential and proved to be a valuable option for an injury-hit squad.

Weatherley sealed a loan move to Division Two side Kent for the 2017 season, but due to Hampshire’s injury crisis, his loan was cut short and the batsman returned for the final few County Championship fixtures, helping his side retain their Division One status.

The 22-year-old impressed in a regular spot at the top of the order during the 2018 season, contributing 772 runs across all formats including his first centuries for the Club in both the Specsavers County Championship and Royal London One-Day Cup competitions - the latter of which a competition in which he thrived, helping the Club secure 50-over silverware for the first time in six years.

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