Jamie Dalrymple

Country: England
Born: January 21, 1981, Nairobi, Kenya
Height: 6ft
Batting Style: Right hand Bat
Bowling Style: Right arm Offbreak
Playing role: Allrounder

Jamie Dalrymple Bio

James William Murray Dalrymple, known as Jamie, is a renowned cricket player from England. Born in Kenya, Dalrymple has established himself as a genuine all-rounder, excelling as an off-spinner and showcasing his prowess as a capable middle-order batsman.

Dalrymple’s cricketing journey began during his time at Oxford, where he left an indelible mark on the cricketing world. In 2003, he made history by becoming only the fourth batsman to score a double hundred in the prestigious Varsity match, smashing an unbeaten 236. To add to his impressive feat, he also took five first-innings wickets, solidifying his all-round abilities. He further solidified his reputation by scoring a century in the subsequent one-day fixture between the two sides a week later.

While opportunities with Middlesex were initially limited, Dalrymple’s full-time availability in 2004 presented him with more chances to shine. In May of that year, he delivered a career-best performance, scoring an incredible 244 against Surrey at The Oval. Just eight days later, he proved to be a match-winner in the C&G Trophy against Glamorgan at Lord’s, adding to his growing list of achievements.

Dalrymple’s skill and dedication did not go unnoticed by the England selectors. In June 2006, amid a period of transition for the national team, he received a call-up to the one-day squad for the NatWest Series against Sri Lanka. Making his debut in a warm-up match against Ireland at Stormont, Dalrymple quickly became a beacon of promise in a struggling side. He established himself as an automatic selection for the one-day squad and came close to making his Test debut in a match against Australia in January 2007.

During the CB Series in Australia, Dalrymple’s exceptional catch at backward point played a crucial role in helping England secure victory and clinch the series. As a result, he earned a spot in England’s squad for the 2007 World Cup in the West Indies. However, his performances in the tournament left much to be desired, as he disappointed in the three games he played.

In late 2007, Dalrymple decided to part ways with Middlesex, declining a new contract, and joined Glamorgan on a three-year deal. His talent and leadership qualities led to his appointment as captain for the 2009 season. Unfortunately, two tumultuous seasons resulted in Dalrymple losing his captaincy to Alviro Petersen, a South African player. As a consequence, Dalrymple made the decision to return to Middlesex ahead of the 2011 season.

Throughout his career, Jamie Dalrymple’s contributions to cricket have been notable. His skills as an off-spinner and middle-order batsman, combined with his astute captaincy, have secured his place as a valued player in the cricketing world. Despite facing challenges and setbacks, Dalrymple’s passion and dedication to the game continue to shine through, making him a true asset to any team he represents.

Jamie Dalrymple Career Stats

Jamie Dalrymple Batting Stats

Batting Matches Innings Nos Runs High Score Ave BF SR 100s 50s 4s 6s Ct St
Tests - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
T20Is 3 3 0 60 32 20 57 105.26 0 0 6 0 1 0
ODIs 27 26 1 487 67 19.48 672 72.47 0 2 32 3 12 0
FC 135 211 19 6544 244 34.08 - - 12 33 - - 91 0
List A 166 152 30 3276 107 26.85 4248 77.11 2 19 - - 67 0
T20s 72 65 11 1319 63 24.42 1210 109 0 4 117 29 19 0

Jamie Dalrymple Bowling Stats

Bowling Matches Innings Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10w
Tests - - - - - - - - - - - - -
T20Is 3 3 30 39 2 1/10 1/10 19.5 7.8 15 0 0 0
ODIs 27 23 840 666 14 2/5 2/5 47.57 4.75 60 0 0 0
FC 135 - 13533 7446 172 5/49 - 43.29 3.3 78.6 7 1 0
List A 166 - 4955 4212 115 4/14 4/14 36.62 5.1 43 2 0 0
T20s 72 59 811 1112 44 3/25 3/25 25.27 8.22 18.4 0 0 0

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