Squad No:
9
DOB:
27.11.95
Debut:
May 2014 v Cardiff MCCU
Best:
150 v Warwickshire (May, 2019)
Playing Style:
Left-Hand Bat, Wicket-Keeper
Born:
Hampshire, England
  • Batting Average16.50
  • Highest Score41
  • Runs Scored165
  • Batting Average16.50
  • Highest Score41
  • Runs Scored165
  • Batting Average49.60
  • Highest Score95
  • Runs Scored248
  • Batting Average16.50
  • Highest Score41
  • Runs Scored165
  • Batting Average49.60
  • Highest Score95
  • Runs Scored248
  • Bowling Average12.00
  • Economy4.00
  • Wickets Taken1
  • Batting Average30.54
  • Highest Score99
  • Runs Scored397
  • Batting Average39.00
  • Highest Score130
  • Runs Scored351
  • Batting Average39.00
  • Highest Score130
  • Runs Scored351
  • Economy3.00
  • Wickets Taken0
  • Batting Average26.69
  • Highest Score150
  • Runs Scored347
  • Batting Average24.62
  • Highest Score51
  • Runs Scored197
  • Batting Average24.62
  • Highest Score51
  • Runs Scored197
  • Batting Average23.43
  • Highest Score87
  • Runs Scored164
  • Batting Average25.64
  • Highest Score149
  • Runs Scored564
  • Batting Average25.64
  • Highest Score149
  • Runs Scored564
  • Batting Average10.50
  • Highest Score18
  • Runs Scored21
  • Batting Average25.64
  • Highest Score149
  • Runs Scored564
  • Batting Average10.50
  • Highest Score18
  • Runs Scored21
  • Batting Average39.67
  • Highest Score68
  • Runs Scored238

Tom Alsop

Wicket-Keeper Batsman

Tom Alsop is a left-hand batsman and wicket-keeper.

He was born in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire and is a product of Hampshire’s impressive youth system.

Following a string of impressive performances with the bat and behind the stumps for Hampshire Academy and Hampshire Second XI to begin 2014, as well as a successful spell with the England U19s, Alsop made his first-class debut in Hampshire's penultimate match of the 2014 season.

Alsop continued to show his ability with both bat and gloves for Hampshire Second XI and the England U19s in 2015, working hard on his development ahead of what would be a breakout season in 2016.

That season, Alsop’s talent was showcased in all three formats as he recorded his maiden First-Class century against Surrey in September whilst also averaging 83 in his first four List-A matches for Hampshire – the left-hander also scored 85 against Somerset in the club's final T20 Blast match of the season.

Despite finding First XI opportunities limited throughout 2017, Alsop took his chance the following summer, filling the role of wicket-keeper batsman on a more regular basis. His strongest performances in 2018 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 – contributing to Hampshire’s first white-ball trophy in six years.

The left-hander enjoyed another positive season in 2019, one which included a stunning career-best 150 with the bat in a County Championship fixture against Warwickshire in May. Alsop was also a crucial contributor to further white-ball success, featuring prominently again in Hampshire’s 50-over campaign to help the side reach a second successive List A final.

Although the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in a truncated 2020 domestic season, Alsop was an ever-present fixture in Hampshire’s line-up in both the Bob Willis Trophy and Vitality Blast competitions last summer, a red-ball half-century against Surrey the main highlight.

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