- Babar Azam
- Haris Rauf
- Iftikhar Ahmed
- Khushdil Shah
- Mohammad Nawaz
- Mohammad Rizwan
- Mohammad Wasim
- Naseem Shah
- Shadab Khan
- Shan Masood
Alphabetically sorted top ten of players who have played the most matches across formats in the last 12 months
Adam James Ball
March 01, 1993, Greenwich, London
Right hand Bat
Left arm Fast medium
Kent had high hopes for Adam Ball. A Kentish Man from Bexley, he made his name in league cricket at a very early age. He was drafted into England's Under-19 World Cup squad in January 2010 and, two years later, he captained the side in the 2012 tournament. An aggressive left-arm quick and an improving lower-order batsman, Ball modelled his style on an Australian, Mitchell Johnson, although he has named England's Andrew Flintoff as his favourite player.
Although a promising young footballer (he played for Arsenal's academy side from Under-9 to Under-12 level), cricket won his commitment and he was named as Young Player of the Year in the Kent League in 2009. He signed a three-year deal with Kent when aged just 16.
Having made nine first-class appearances in 2011, Ball did not figure in four-day cricket for Kent in 2012. But he showed his developing maturity by remaining cool under fire during nine T20 matches - ending up as Kent's leading wicket-taker in the competition with 12 victims at a highly respectable average of 18.
Injury hampered Ball's development in 2013, but in the last County Championship match of the season his career-best 69 runs contributed to a notable victory over promoted Lancashire. He was released after the 2017 season.
Batting & Fielding
List A Matches
|Suffolk vs Devon||3||0/39||01-Jul-2018||Sidmouth||OTHEROD|
|Suffolk vs Bucks||27||3/53||20-May-2018||Ipswich||OTHEROD|
|Suffolk vs Cambs||55*||2/18||07-May-2018||Peterborough||OTHERT20|
|Suffolk vs Cambs||1||0/40||07-May-2018||Peterborough||OTHERT20|
|Suffolk vs Norfolk||5||1/16||06-May-2018||Bury St Edmunds||OTHERT20|