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Sheffield, England

Ross Whiteley


Ross Whiteley is a hard-hitting, left-handed batter who joined Hampshire following the culmination of the 2021.

Whiteley impressed in both domestic one-day and T20 formats with Worcestershire before moving to Hampshire on a three-year white-ball contract.

After graduating through the Derbyshire youth system, Whiteley opened his professional career on the county stage in 2008. His next first-class opportunity came in 2011, where he averaged just over 40 and scored a couple of centuries - and then played a valuable role in the club's promotion the following season.

After representing England in the Hong Kong Sixes in the winter 2012-13, he moved to Worcestershire on a three-year deal.

In 2018, Ross played a key role in the Worcestershire Rapids side that made their first appearance at T20 Finals Day which ended in victory - The Rapids beating Lancashire Lightning in the Semi Final before beating Sussex Sharks by four wickets to secure their maiden T20 Blast Trophy.

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


On This Day: Kev James' New World Record

Kev James takes four wickets in four balls - including Tendulkar and Dravid - before commencing an innings which culminated in a century against India on this day in 1996