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Full name Neil Michael Kendrick
Born November 11, 1967, Bromley, Kent
Current age 47 years 40 days
Major teams Berkshire, Glamorgan, Surrey, Surrey Cricket Board
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Slow left-arm orthodox
|List A span||1990-1999|
Neil Kendrick joined Glamorgan in 1995 after spending 10 years on the Surrey staff. The left arm spinner made his first-class debut in 1988 and in 1993 took a career best 7-115 against Not- tinghamshire at The Oval.However, limited opportunities at the London club led to his move west along the M4 and over the Severn Bridge, and he was given a run in the Glamorgan eleven in Championship matches during 1995. He reminded his former employ- ers of his ability with the bat by hitting a championship best 59 in the match at The Oval, but overall his 27 wickets that season came at 46.48 apiece. He had restricted opportunities in 1996, taking a further 17 wickets, at a shade over 40, and was released at the end of the season.
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