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Squad No:
9
DOB:
27.11.95
Debut:
May 2014 v Cardiff MCCU
Best:
150 v Warwickshire (May, 2019)
Playing Style:
Left Hand Bat, Wicketkeeper
Born:
Hampshire, England
  • Batting Average16.5
  • Highest Score41
  • Runs Scored165
  • Batting Average16.5
  • Highest Score41
  • Runs Scored165
  • Batting Average49.6
  • Highest Score95
  • Runs Scored248
  • Batting Average16.5
  • Highest Score41
  • Runs Scored165
  • Batting Average49.6
  • Highest Score95
  • Runs Scored248
  • Bowling Average12
  • Economy4
  • Wickets Taken1
  • Batting Average30.54
  • Highest Score99
  • Runs Scored397
  • Batting Average39
  • Highest Score130
  • Runs Scored351
  • Batting Average39
  • Highest Score130
  • Runs Scored351
  • Batting Average36.88
  • Highest Score150
  • Runs Scored295

Tom Alsop

Wicketkeeper-Batsman

Tom is a highly-rated young batsman, and a product of Hampshire’s impressive youth system, he always stood out as a player likely to make the big step up to the senior game.

In April 2014, Tom was awarded with a two-year development contract after a string of impressive performances with the bat and behind the stumps for the Hampshire Academy and Second XI.

Tom enjoyed a successful spell with the England Under 19s during the 2014 season, averaging 52 in eight matches against South Africa Under 19’s across the summer. He then made his first-class debut in Hampshire's penultimate match of the 2014 season against Kent at the Ageas Bowl.

The 2015 season saw Alsop impress for the Hampshire Second XI and the England U19s – hitting a half-century against Australia U19s in the Youth Test at Chester-le-Street. During a highly successful 2016 summer the following year, Alsop's talent was showcased in all three formats, averaging 83 in his first four List-A matches for Hampshire and scoring 85 against Somerset in the club's final T20 Blast match of the season.

Tom also showed superb ability in the Specsavers County Championship, scoring his maiden first-class ton (117) against Surrey in September and recording first-class fifties in each month of the 2016 season. His growth was then recognised by the ECB that winter as he earned a spot in the 2017 North v South series.

Despite finding opportunities limited throughout 2017, Alsop enjoyed an impressive 2018 season after filling the role of wicketkeeper-batsman on a more regular basis. His strongest performances came in Hampshire's triumphant 50-over campaign where he averaged 50 with the bat, including a magnificent knock of 72 at the top of the order in the competition's final at Lord's.

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