Full name Recordo Olton Gordon
Born October 12, 1991, St Elizabeth's, Jamaica
Current age 25 years 281 days
Major teams Herefordshire, Warwickshire, Warwickshire 2nd XI, Warwickshire Under-15s, Warwickshire Under-17s
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast-medium
|First-class debut||Oxford MCCU v Warwickshire at Oxford, Apr 5-7, 2013 scorecard|
|Last First-class||Middlesex v Warwickshire at Lord's, Aug 31-Sep 3, 2014 scorecard|
|List A debut||Warwickshire v Netherlands at Birmingham, Aug 11, 2013 scorecard|
|Last List A||Yorkshire v Warwickshire at Leeds, Aug 1, 2016 scorecard|
|T20s debut||Nottinghamshire v Warwickshire at Nottingham, Jun 13, 2014 scorecard|
|Last T20s||Lancashire v Warwickshire at Manchester, Jul 29, 2016 scorecard|
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|0/26||Unicorns||v England U19||Loughborough||19 Jul 2017||Other|
|22*, 3/67, 15, 0/13||Cambs||v Herts||Long Marston||16 Jul 2017||Other|
|2/22||Unicorns||v Surr 2nd XI||New Malden||11 Jul 2017||Other T20|
|0/20||Unicorns||v Surr 2nd XI||New Malden||11 Jul 2017||Other T20|
|1/30||Unicorns||v Kent 2nd XI||Saffron Walden||10 Jul 2017||Other T20|
|0/33, 9*||Unicorns||v Kent 2nd XI||Saffron Walden||10 Jul 2017||Other T20|
|3/46, 9, 2/50||Cambs||v Lincolnshire||Saffron Walden||4 Jun 2017||Other|
|4, 0/30||Unicorns||v Essex 2nd XI||Billericay||23 May 2017||Other OD|
|1/37, 9||Unicorns||v Glouc 2nd XI||Bristol||22 May 2017||Other OD|
|17, 1/40||Unicorns||v Glam 2nd XI||Newbury||10 May 2017||Other OD|
Born in Jamaica, Recordo Gordon moved to the UK with his family when he was seven and, after impressing as a fast bowler for Handsworth and Moseley in the local leagues, was identified as one to watch by Warwickshire aged 15.
Signed by the club in 2011, he suffered a stress fracture that ruled him out of the 2012 season, but made his first-class debut in 2013. He continued to progress in 2014, claiming four second-innings wickets (including Compton and Trego) to help Warwickshire to victory over Somerset and, granted extra opportunity due to an availability crisis, performed admirably in the limited-overs sides. He played six of Birmingham's NatWest Blast T20 games as they won the title - including a spell of 3 for 18 against Leicestershire - and five of the Royal London One-Day Cup games, impressing with his pace and control.
There were blips. As well as whispers over the legality of his bowling action refusing to completely disappear, he learned a tough lesson about death bowling in a match against Nottinghamshire. Asked to bowl the penultimate over, what should have been his final delivery was a no-ball (it was a chest high full toss) that was hit for six. It was the second no-ball of the over and may well have cost his side the game. Nottinghamshire, with nine wickets down, subsequently won from the final delivery.
He was released at the end of the 2016 season.
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