James Bruce (English cricketer)

James Bruce
Personal information
Full nameJames Thomas Anthony Bruce
Born (1979-12-17) 17 December 1979 (age 37)
Hammersmith, London, England
NicknameBrucie
Height6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Batting styleRight-handed
Bowling styleRight-arm medium-fast
Domestic team information
YearsTeam
2001 - 2007Hampshire
Career statistics
CompetitionFCLAT20
Matches493120
Runs scored2437630
Batting average7.1412.667.50
100s/50s-/--/--/-
Top score3219*11*
Balls bowled69051232288
Wickets1244415
Bowling average34.0722.1826.06
5 wickets in innings3--
10 wickets in match---
Best bowling5/434/183/20
Catches/stumpings14/-9/-11/-
Source: [1], 22 January 2009

Biography

Supply: [1], 22 January 2009 Adam Bruce (given birth to Hammersmith, 17 Dec 1979) can be an British cricketer. He’s a right-handed batsman and a right-arm medium-fast bowler. Adam bowled a five-wicket maiden being a college boy in Farleigh College and is at the very first XI in Eton for quite some time before representing Durham UCCE and using minor state cricket for Cumberland. His extraordinary control and cricket human brain enticed Hampshire to indication him in 2002. Since signing up for Bruce spent successive winters in Australia using the Balmain Tigers in Sydney 2002-2003 and with South Perth C.C. from 2003-2005. Having acquired limited opportunities so far to stand out, he performed in four first-class fits in the entire year 2005. He is at the Hampshire squad which gained the C&G Trophy, and which finished runners-up in Department Among the Frizell State Tournament. Enthused with the brand new responsibility of acquiring the brand new ball for Hampshire in 2006, Bruce performed brilliantly in the first stages of the growing season, taking a profession greatest 5-43 against champions Nottinghamshire on the Rose Dish in June 2006. He impressed further using a damaging starting spell of 7-2-14-3 against the touring Western world Indies ‘A’ aspect in August 2006. Hampshire honored him his state cap by the end from the 2006 period and he was also stated as Cricinfo’s ‘Increasing Superstar’ for his state. Nasser Hussain and Michael Atherton, both former Britain captains, recently stated on Sky Sports activities that if Britain were to choose a Hampshire bowler for the Britain Academy tour to Bangladesh it will have been Adam Bruce rather than Chris Tremlett, further proof his rising share. James has allow it end up being known that his worst type of experience in the cricket field was having his container split clean in two whilst facing Australian fast bowler Michael Kasprowicz. Adam announced his pension from the overall game on 9 Feb 2008, to pursue employment in the town of London.

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