Matches (13)
T20 World Cup (3)
County DIV1 (5)
County DIV2 (4)
SL vs WI [W] (1)

Full Name

Danny Richard Briggs

Born

April 30, 1991, Newport, Isle of Wight

Age

33y 55d

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Slow Left arm Orthodox

Playing Role

Bowler

A skilful, subtle purveyor of slow left-arm darts, Danny Briggs was unable to prove himself in a brief flirtation with international cricket but instead flourished as one of the most effective limited-overs spinners in the county game. He was a key figure in Hampshire's prolonged spell of white-ball success between 2009 and 2015, and further stints at Sussex and Warwickshire have cemented his status as the leading wicket-taker in the history of the T20 Blast.

His ability in one-day cricket first became apparent in 2010, when he took 31 wickets in Hampshire's victorious FPt20 campaign, and he soon found himself impressing for the England Lions in the Regional Four-Day Competition in the Caribbean the following spring. While his Championship opportunities were somewhat limited, he continued to impress in white-ball cricket to the extent that England gave him an ODI debut against Pakistan in 2012.

He went to the World T20 in Sri Lanka later that year - postponing his wedding as a result - though played only once, and was taken to pieces by Aaron Finch during his record 156 at the Ageas Bowl before going for 53 in a wicketless final England appearance in 2014.

But he continue to excel as Hampshire reached Finals Day six years in a row, and when he left as a 24-year-old, he had 119 wickets for them in the format, at an economy rate below 7. He rarely spun the ball much, but was a canny operator who could deliver his subtle variations from both sides of the wicket. After moving to Sussex, he earned a surprise Lions recall in 2018 after another prolific Blast campaign and in 2022 - now at Warwickshire - he became the first man to pass 200 wickets in the competition.

Briggs' red-ball career stalled in his time at Sussex, albeit he made a maiden first-class century in 2017 with 120 from 154 balls against South Africa A, having only previously made a single first-class fifty. But his move to Edgbaston enhanced his allround role in red-ball cricket, and his 31 wickets and 297 runs were an important contribution to Warwickshire's Championship survival in 2022.
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Danny Briggs Career Stats

Bowling

FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
ODIs11603922/392/3919.503.9030.0000
T20Is7610819952/252/2539.8011.0521.6000
FC14623724480122013496/459/9634.952.9970.11380
List A110106504842881144/324/3237.615.0944.2100
T20s241230481858542675/195/1921.927.2918.0510

Batting & Fielding

FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s4s6sCtSt
ODIs1-----------00
T20Is71100*-0-000010
FC146191462790120*19.24--16--520
List A110582542137*12.7544594.6000434350
T20s241654127835*11.58228121.9200275430
Danny Richard Briggs

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Recent Matches of Danny Briggs

MatchBatBowlDateGroundFormat
Bears vs Worcs--2/2221-Jun-2024WorcesterT20
Bears vs Northants--1/2020-Jun-2024BirminghamT20
Bears vs Derbyshire--2/2316-Jun-2024DerbyT20
Bears vs Yorkshire8*3/2614-Jun-2024BirminghamT20
Bears vs Durham1*0/2508-Jun-2024BirminghamT20

Photos of Danny Briggs

Danny Briggs helped strangle the Notts chase
Danny Briggs in full flight
Danny Briggs hit the winning runs off the last ball
Danny Briggs celebrates a breakthrough
Danny Briggs' free-scoring from No. 9 secured a crucial fourth batting bonus point for Warwickshire
Danny Briggs stands to play his first England game since 2014 after his call-up to the squad