Full name Chesney Francis Hughes
Born January 20, 1991, Anguilla
Current age 24 years 105 days
Major teams Anguilla, Derbyshire, Leeward Islands, West Indies Under-19s
Batting style Left-hand bat
Bowling style Slow left-arm orthodox
|First-class debut||Middlesex v Derbyshire at Lord's, May 10-12, 2010 scorecard|
|Last First-class||Derbyshire v Worcestershire at Derby, Aug 31-Sep 3, 2014 scorecard|
|List A debut||Jamaica v West Indies Under-19s at Enmore, Oct 19, 2007 scorecard|
|Last List A||Derbyshire v Hampshire at Derby, Aug 26, 2013 scorecard|
|Twenty20 debut||Anguilla v Barbados at Coolidge, Jul 18, 2006 scorecard|
|Last Twenty20||Derbyshire v Yorkshire at Chesterfield, Jul 13, 2014 scorecard|
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|14, 1/21||Derby 2nd XI||v Notts 2nd XI||Nottingham||27 Apr 2015||Other T20|
|0/10, 2||Derby 2nd XI||v Notts 2nd XI||Nottingham||27 Apr 2015||Other T20|
|0/12, 4||Derbyshire||v Middlesex||Abu Dhabi||15 Mar 2015||Other T20|
|13, 3, 1/2||Derbyshire||v Worcs||Derby||31 Aug 2014||FC|
|0, 6||Derby 2nd XI||v Yorks 2nd XI||Denby||27 Aug 2014||Other|
|1, 1/35, 32, 0/13||Derby 2nd XI||v Warwcks 2nd||Derby||12 Aug 2014||Other|
|0/47, 20||Derby 2nd XI||v Warwcks 2nd||Derby||11 Aug 2014||Other OD|
|5, 1/27||Derby 2nd XI||v Lancs 2nd XI||Liverpool||22 Jul 2014||Other|
|29||Derby 2nd XI||v Lancs 2nd XI||Neston||21 Jul 2014||Other OD|
|0/15, 6||Derbyshire||v Yorkshire||Chesterfield||13 Jul 2014||T20|
Chesney Hughes became only the third Anguillan to play county cricket when he made his Derbyshire debut, following Omari Banks and a former Hampshire favourite, Cardigan Connor. It was Connor who recommended the teenager to Derbyshire head of cricket John Morris in early 2009 when he was playing for Fleetwood in the North Lancashire League.
Hughes' gutsy 41 on his first-class debut in May 2010 against Middlesex, an attack including the likes of Steven Finn, Tim Murtagh and Iain O'Brien at Lord's, hinted at his tenacity. Two weeks later, he struck his maiden first-class century against Gloucestershire in a County Championship Division Two match at Derby, reaching three figures in only his fifth Championship innings at the age of 19.
A left-handed batsman and a more-than-useful left-arm finger spinner, Hughes played youth cricket for Leeward Islands before making his senior debut for Anguilla in the Stanford Twenty20 competition in 2006. A British passport holder, he departed for England in 2009 and after finding a place in Derbyshire's Second XI in 2009 was awarded a three-year contract with the county in June 2010. He qualified for England, as well as West Indies, in 2013.
After two good seasons in 2010 and 2011, Hughes endured a frustrating 2012. Derbyshire preferred Paul Borrington in the Championship side at the start of the season and the wet weather limited opportunities for Hughes to catch the eye in the Second XI. When he did regain his place in June, he lost it after just one appearance with the arrival of Usman Khawaja as overseas player.
But he was one of the few Derbyshire players to have happy memories of their Division One campaign in 2013. He began the season by striking an unbeaten 270 against Yorkshire at Headingley, the second highest individual innings in Derbyshire history. He only added another 366 for the rest of the Championship season, but he was Derbyshire's top scorer in the 40-over game.
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