George Bartlett

Country: England
Born: March 14, 1998, Frimley, Surrey
Batting Style: Right hand Bat
Bowling Style: Right arm Offbreak
Playing role: Middle order Batter

George Bartlett Bio

George Anthony Bartlett is a talented cricket player hailing from England. Born on February 24, 1998, Bartlett developed a passion for the sport at a young age and quickly rose through the ranks to become a notable player.

Bartlett’s cricketing journey began at Millfield School, where he received his education. It was during this time that his skills on the field started to take shape, and he showed immense promise as a middle-order batter. His talent did not go unnoticed, and he was subsequently selected to join the Somerset academy, further honing his skills and preparing for a professional career.

In 2017, Bartlett made a significant mark on the cricketing world when he scored a magnificent 179 runs for England Under-19s in the Youth Test series against India in Nagpur. Breaking records, Bartlett’s innings became the highest score made by an England Under-19 batsman overseas, surpassing Nasser Hussain’s 170 runs in Sri Lanka in 1987. This incredible achievement solidified his position as a rising star in English cricket.

Later that same year, Bartlett was given the opportunity to make his debut for Somerset in their relegation fight in the Championship. Although he joined the team at the tail end of the season, he proved his worth by scoring his maiden hundred against Lancashire at Old Trafford in 2018. This innings showcased his potential and earned him a place in the team for future matches.

In the following season, Bartlett grasped his chance to secure a spot in the first-class side. He displayed his batting prowess by scoring hundreds in important wins against Trent Bridge and Guildford. Additionally, he exhibited his adaptability by showcasing his aggressive style of play in the One-Day Cup. Bartlett played a crucial role in Somerset’s triumph in the final at Lord’s, as he stood at the non-striker’s end while James Hildreth struck the winning runs.

As of 2022, Bartlett’s first-class average hovered around 30. However, with the retirement of Hildreth and Bartlett’s promotion to the No. 4 position, the Somerset team acknowledged his potential for a bright future within their ranks. While excelling in the longer format, Bartlett had faced challenges in finding opportunities in white-ball cricket.

George Anthony Bartlett’s journey in cricket is still unfolding, and fans eagerly anticipate his future endeavors. With his talent and determination, he is poised to become a key player for Somerset and potentially represent England on an international level.

George Bartlett Career Stats

George Bartlett Batting Stats

Batting Matches Innings Nos Runs High Score Ave BF SR 100s 50s 4s 6s Ct St
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FC 55 92 5 2562 137 29.44 4721 54.26 8 8 335 26 12 0
List A 31 30 6 732 108 30.5 779 93.96 1 3 56 20 14 0
T20s 8 8 1 148 82* 21.14 97 152.57 0 1 8 11 2 0

George Bartlett Bowling Stats

Bowling Matches Innings Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10w
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FC 55 2 32 40 0 - - - 7.5 - 0 0 0
List A 31 - - - - - - - - - - - -
T20s 8 - - - - - - - - - - - -

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