Full name Daniel James Redfern
Born April 18, 1990, Shrewsbury
Current age 25 years 170 days
Major teams Derbyshire, Derbyshire 2nd XI, England Under-19s
Batting style Left-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm offbreak
|First-class debut||Cambridge UCCE v Derbyshire at Cambridge, Apr 25-27, 2007 scorecard|
|Last First-class||Derbyshire v Leicestershire at Derby, Sep 22-25, 2015 scorecard|
|List A debut||Worcestershire v Derbyshire at Worcester, Sep 3, 2006 scorecard|
|Last List A||Leicestershire v Somerset at Leicester, Aug 18, 2015 scorecard|
|Twenty20 debut||Leicestershire v Derbyshire at Leicester, Jun 27, 2008 scorecard|
|Last Twenty20||Warwickshire v Leicestershire at Birmingham, Jul 25, 2014 scorecard|
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|0, 1/8, 18, 0/65||Leics||v Derbyshire||Derby||22 Sep 2015||FC|
|0, 15*||Leics||v Essex||Leicester||14 Sep 2015||FC|
|49, 74||Leics||v Gloucs||Leicester||1 Sep 2015||FC|
|13||Leics||v Somerset||Leicester||18 Aug 2015||LA|
|26||Leics 2nd XI||v Notts 2nd XI||Nottingham||12 Aug 2015||Other|
|0/51, 0||Leics 2nd XI||v Notts 2nd XI||Nottingham||11 Aug 2015||Other OD|
|7, 12||Leics 2nd XI||v Lancs 2nd XI||Ashby-de-la-Zouch||29 Jul 2015||Other|
|55*||Leics 2nd XI||v Lancs 2nd XI||Leicester||28 Jul 2015||Other OD|
|22, 0/13||Leics 2nd XI||v MCC Uni||Desborough||20 Jul 2015||Other|
|21*||Leics 2nd XI||v Warwcks 2nd||Leicester||17 Jul 2015||Other OD|
Dan Redfern, a left-handed batsman and occasional offspinner, was beginning to hear the phrase "unfulfilled talent" more often than he would like by the time he left Derbyshire for Leicestershire at the end of the 2013 season in the hope that a change of county might bring him a new lease of life.
Redfern came through the ranks at Derbyshire to make his Second XI and first-team debuts within the space of two months in 2006, gaining his call-up to the senior side to face Worcestershire in the Pro40 against Worcestershire.
He earned a call-up into England Under-19s in 2007 for their series against Pakistan, and retained his place for a tri-nation tournament in Sri Lanka and the Under-19 World Cup in Malaysia in the winter that followed, scoring three half-centuries in 50-over matches. The following summer, he made an outstanding contribution to the two Under-19 Tests against New Zealand, scoring an unbeaten 151 as England won the first by an innings and 79 not out in the second innings as the second Test finished in a draw.
His international form earned him a breakthrough with his county, for whom he became a first-team regular from the final month of the 2008 season onwards and played in 14 of the 16 Championship matches as a 19-year-old in 2009, hitting five half-centuries and scoring 668 runs at an average of 30.36. His progress stalled somewhat in 2010 but 2011 and 2012 were much better, particularly the latter, which he began by making his maiden first-class century - against Northamptonshire - on the opening day and went on to contribute 792 runs to Derbyshire's Division Two title-winning season at 37.71, with a second century -- a career-best 133 against Hampshire - and five other 50s.
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