Matches (21)
PAK v WI [W] (1)
IPL (3)
Pakistan vs New Zealand (2)
ACC Premier Cup (1)
County DIV1 (5)
County DIV2 (4)
WT20 WC QLF (Warm-up) (5)

Brydon Carse

England|Bowling Allrounder
Brydon Carse
INTL CAREER: 2021 - 2023
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Full Name

Brydon Alexander Carse

Born

July 31, 1995, Eastern Cape, South Africa

Age

28y 265d

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Fast

Playing Role

Bowling Allrounder

Education

Pearson High

RELATIONS

(father)

Brydon Carse, a strapping fast bowler with a quick arm action, came to England honours via an injury-interrupted apprenticeship at Durham. When England had to replace an entire squad due to Covid for the ODI series with Pakistan in 2021, Carse was among the new faces and he impressed with his deck-hitting style, taking a five-for in the third match.

He only made two first-class appearances in 2022 but began the following summer in strong form, scoring a maiden hundred to suggest allrounder status might not be far off. With England's seamer stocks low, a T20I debut came towards the end of the season, and he eventually became part of the ODI World Cup squad in India as an injury replacement for Reece Topley.

South Africa-born but having honed his craft in the northeast, Carse pushed his way on to England's radar with an impressive 2019 season, winning a place on the Lions tour to Australia. He was Durham's joint-leading wicket-taker in the Royal London Cup, and claimed 35 wickets at 26.85 in the Championship, as he put two seasons of injury frustration behind him. In Australia, Carse claimed eight wickets in four matches as the Lions went unbeaten, which included a maiden first-class win over Australia A in a day-night match at the MCG.

Carse had first shone for Durham at both ends of a 2016 summer that also saw him succumb to injury in mid-season. He made his first-class debut against Durham MCCU and finished with 17 wickets in eight matches.

His first appearance in the northeast was as an overseas professional for Burnmoor in the Durham League in 2014, where he played mainly as a batter who bowled occasional seam-up. Carse, whose dad, James Carse, played county cricket for Northamptonshire in the 1980s, has a UK passport and completed his England residency qualification in 2019.
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Brydon Carse Career Stats

Bowling

FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
ODIs1413586582155/615/6138.805.9539.0010
T20Is33486643/233/2316.508.2512.0000
FC4577614039951236/268/11932.473.9049.9350
List A2320897880255/615/6135.205.8835.8010
T20s766711131678403/233/2341.959.0427.8000

Batting & Fielding

FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s4s6sCtSt
ODIs14941553231.0016196.270011430
T20Is31100*-10.00000000
FC4561141421108*30.23253855.981516529100
List A231241743221.7518693.540011550
T20s7656167385818.45527140.03024530270
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Recent Matches of Brydon Carse

MatchBatBowlDateGroundFormat
Durham vs Warwickshire12 & 4*0/12812-Apr-2024BirminghamFC
Eng Lions vs India A15 & 164/52 & 0/7001-Feb-2024AhmedabadFC
Eng Lions vs India A31 & 383/8124-Jan-2024AhmedabadFC
Eng Lions vs India A7 & 240/42 & 0/4817-Jan-2024AhmedabadFC
Eng Lions vs India A51/6712-Jan-2024AhmedabadOTHER

Photos of Brydon Carse

Brydon Carse struck in the middle overs
Brydon Carse in action during England's training session
Brydon Carse was brought in for the injured Reece Topley
Rehan Ahmed and Brydon Carse shared six wickets between them
Jos Buttler poses with the series trophy
Brydon Carse bowled Daryl Mitchell to turn the screw on New Zealand