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Squad No:
17
DOB:
16.10.89
Debut:
April 2018 v Cardiff MCCU
Best:
129 v Surrey (April, 2018)
Playing Style:
Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Born:
Ashford, England
  • Batting Average23.27
  • Highest Score73
  • Runs Scored256
  • Batting Average23.27
  • Highest Score73
  • Runs Scored256
  • Batting Average133
  • Highest Score75
  • Runs Scored133
  • Batting Average23.27
  • Highest Score73
  • Runs Scored256
  • Batting Average133
  • Highest Score75
  • Runs Scored133
  • Batting Average25.06
  • Highest Score129
  • Runs Scored451
  • Batting Average40
  • Highest Score105
  • Runs Scored280
  • Batting Average40
  • Highest Score105
  • Runs Scored280
  • Batting Average58.64
  • Highest Score169
  • Runs Scored821

Sam Northeast

Batsman

Sam Northeast is a top-order, right-handed batsman.

Born in Ashford, Kent, Sam started his professional career at Kent County Cricket Club in 2007, appearing in 136 First-Class matches and accumulating more than 8,000 runs for his home county.

Having impressing the Kent coaches with his leadership and success on and off the pitch, Sam was awarded the Kent Club captaincy from 2015 and the top-order batsman proved himself an excellent performer through all formats, particularly during his time as skipper with white-ball contributions including 4,500 runs in both List A and T20 formats.

His hard-work and success earned him a spot in the South team, for the 2016-17 and 2018 North v South series', before earning a call-up to the England Lions squad for their first-class and List A series in the Caribbean last February.

The right-hander sealed a move to Hampshire ahead of the 2018 season, and he made his Hampshire debut in the Club's season-opener against Worcestershire in April, establishing his place in the top-order.

A finger fracture prevented him from featuring for the majority of May and June, however Northeast returned to feature in Hampshire's final two matches of their triumphant 2018 Royal London One-Day Cup campaign, striking two half-centuries in as many games - including a superb 75* against his former side in the Lord's final - to contribute to the Club's first limited-overs trophy in six years.

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