Full name James Kerr Fuller
Born January 24, 1990, Cape Town, Cape Province
Current age 26 years 153 days
Major teams Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire 2nd XI, New Zealand Under-19s, Otago, Otago Under-19s
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast
|First-class debut||Northern Districts v Otago at Whangarei, Mar 20-23, 2010 scorecard|
|Last First-class||Middlesex v Hampshire at Northwood, May 29-Jun 1, 2016 scorecard|
|List A debut||Gloucestershire v Glamorgan at Bristol, Apr 24, 2011 scorecard|
|Last List A||Glamorgan v Middlesex at Cardiff, Jun 14, 2016 scorecard|
|Twenty20 debut||Gloucestershire v Middlesex at Bristol, Jul 13, 2011 scorecard|
|Last Twenty20||Kent v Middlesex at Canterbury, Jun 24, 2016 scorecard|
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|1, 2/38||Middlesex||v Kent||Canterbury||24 Jun 2016||T20|
|2/18||Middlesex||v Somerset||Lord's||23 Jun 2016||T20|
|0/23, 14||Middlesex||v Surrey||The Oval||17 Jun 2016||T20|
|-||Middlesex||v Sussex||Lord's||16 Jun 2016||T20|
|3/53||Middlesex||v Glamorgan||Cardiff||14 Jun 2016||LA|
|0/57, 19||Middlesex||v Sussex||Hove||12 Jun 2016||LA|
|8, 0/30||Middlesex||v Essex||Chelmsford||10 Jun 2016||T20|
|2/45||Middlesex||v Gloucs||Bristol||8 Jun 2016||LA|
|0, 1/47||Middlesex||v Hampshire||Radlett||7 Jun 2016||LA|
|0, 1/33||Middlesex||v Gloucs||Northwood||2 Jun 2016||T20|
James Fuller played for five seasons for Gloucestershire, taking 89 wickets at an average of 35 in his 35 first-class appearances, before Middlesex's director of cricket, Angust Fraser, enticed him to Lord's because of his white-ball attributes. If Fraser needed last-minute confirmation of his view, a strong display in Gloucestershire's Royal London Cup final defeat of Surrey, on the Lord's ground about to become his home, provided it.
Fuller is a talented young bowler with genuine pace who began his career with Otago and signed a three-year deal with Gloucestershire in August 2010 as a British passport holder. He has impressed during his time in the West Country but gained infamy by being hit for 38 in one over by Scott Styris during a live televised Twenty20 quarter-final at Hove.
Gloucestershire's hopes that he would become their attack leader never materialised as he played in fits and starts because of a poor record with injuries. At the start of the 2013 season he broke a finger; that winter he impressed as an overseas player for Auckland before suffering a hip problem; then back at Gloucestershire his season was over as early as May by a foot injury that eventually required surgery.
When he got on the park, he was a tall lively seamer who could move the ball. He took a hat-trick across two overs against Worcestershire at Cheltenham in July 2013 and signed a two-year contract extension at the end of the season before Middlesex came calling.
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