Brydon Carse

Country: England
Born: July 31, 1995, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Batting Style: Right hand Bat
Bowling Style: Right arm Fast
Playing role: Bowling Allrounder

Brydon Carse Bio

Brydon Alexander Carse, a rising star in English cricket, has made a name for himself as a talented fast bowler. Born in South Africa, Carse moved to England and developed his skills in the northeast, eventually earning his spot in the national team.

Carse’s journey to international cricket was not without its obstacles. He faced numerous injuries during his early years, which interrupted his apprenticeship at Durham. However, his determination and talent shone through, and he finally emerged as a force to be reckoned with.

In 2021, Carse got his much-deserved opportunity to represent England when the team had to replace the entire squad for the ODI series against Pakistan due to Covid-19. Surpassing expectations, Carse impressed everyone with his quick arm action and ability to hit the deck hard. He even took a five-for in the third match, leaving a lasting impact on the cricketing world.

Although Carse only made two first-class appearances in 2022, he started the following summer in stellar form. He scored a maiden hundred, hinting at his potential as an all-rounder. With England’s seamer stocks low, he made his T20I debut towards the end of the season and eventually found himself included in the ODI World Cup squad in India as a replacement for the injured Reece Topley.

Carse’s rise to prominence began with an exceptional 2019 season, where he caught the attention of the England selectors. He earned a spot on the Lions tour to Australia after being Durham’s joint-leading wicket-taker in the Royal London Cup. In the Championship, he claimed 35 wickets at an average of 26.85, leaving his injury-frustrated seasons behind him. During the Lions tour, Carse showcased his skills by taking eight wickets in four matches, including a memorable victory over Australia A in a day-night match at the MCG.

His cricketing journey in Durham commenced in 2016, where he made his first-class debut against Durham MCCU. Despite battling injuries, Carse displayed his potential by taking 17 wickets in eight matches. In 2014, he even played as an overseas professional for Burnmoor in the Durham League, initially focusing on his batting and occasionally bowling seam-up.

Carse’s passion for cricket runs in the family, with his father, James Carse, having played county cricket for Northamptonshire in the 1980s. Having obtained a UK passport, Brydon Carse successfully completed his England residency qualification in 2019, solidifying his commitment to represent his adopted nation.

With every match, Carse continues to prove himself as a valuable asset to English cricket. His impressive performances in domestic and international cricket have established him as an exciting talent to watch out for. As he continues to develop his game, the cricketing world eagerly awaits the next chapter in Brydon Alexander Carse’s promising career.

Brydon Carse Career Stats

Brydon Carse Batting Stats

Batting Matches Innings Nos Runs High Score Ave BF SR 100s 50s 4s 6s Ct St
Tests - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
T20Is 3 1 1 0 0* - 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
ODIs 14 9 4 155 32 31 161 96.27 0 0 11 4 3 0
FC 43 57 13 1374 108* 31.22 2440 56.31 1 5 159 28 9 0
List A 23 12 4 174 32 21.75 186 93.54 0 0 11 5 5 0
T20s 76 56 16 738 58 18.45 527 140.03 0 2 45 30 27 0

Brydon Carse Bowling Stats

Bowling Matches Innings Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10w
Tests - - - - - - - - - - - - -
T20Is 3 3 48 66 4 3/23 3/23 16.5 8.25 12 0 0 0
ODIs 14 13 586 582 15 5/61 5/61 38.8 5.95 39 0 1 0
FC 43 74 5864 3745 119 6/26 8/119 31.47 3.83 49.2 2 5 0
List A 23 20 897 880 25 5/61 5/61 35.2 5.88 35.8 0 1 0
T20s 76 67 1113 1678 40 3/23 3/23 41.95 9.04 27.8 0 0 0

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