Full Name

George Philip Balderson


October 11, 2000, Manchester


22y 167d

Batting Style

Left hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Medium

Playing Role


George Balderson captained England U19 to the Rising Stars Tri-Series final in Antigua in December 2019, leading the team with 15 wickets. A top-order batter for Lancashire's Second XI, Balderson was mainly employed as a bowler for the Young Lions and was made captain by coach Jon Lewis in the summer of 2019.

Balderson was one of a number of young players to benefit from the opportunities presented by the Covid pandemic's disruption on the 2020 domestic season. Lancashire were without several first-team regulars due to call-ups to enlarged England squads, creating a chance for him to play all five games in the Bob Willis Trophy. They struggled as a team but Balderson made a maiden first-class fifty against Derbyshire at Liverpool and even opened the bowling late in the season, winning further opportunities the following summer.

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Career Averages
Batting & Fielding
List A13103242106*34.5727986.731026310
List A1311462418133/253/2532.155.4235.5000
Recent Matches - Player
Lancashire vs Surrey971/23 & 0/1926-Sep-2022ManchesterFC
Lancashire vs Essex4 & 31/11 & 5/1420-Sep-2022ChelmsfordFC
Lancashire vs Yorkshire0 & 7*0/44 & 0/405-Sep-2022ManchesterFC
Lancashire vs Sussex12/3630-Aug-2022HoveList A
Lancashire vs Notts152/4726-Aug-2022BlackpoolList A
George Balderson strides out after lunch
George Balderson and Jack Brooks shake hands after Lancashire's ten-wicket win
George Balderson drives through the off side
George Balderson bats for Lancashire
George Balderson claims another wicket
George Balderson, Priyam Garg, Bryce Parsons and Farhan Zakhil pose with the 2020 U-19 World Cup trophy