Full Name

George Christopher Hindley Hill


January 24, 2001, Keighley, Yorkshire


22y 68d

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Medium

Playing Role

Batting Allrounder

A product of Sedbergh School, where he learnt his cricket alongside his fellow rising star Harry Brook, George Hill debuted for Yorkshire at Under-14 level, and joined their Academy in 2016. however, his breakthrough season came in 2022, when he scored three hundreds (two in the Championship and one in List A) including a best of 151 not out against Northamptonshire. By the end of the summer, he was batting at No. 3, and even claimed a remarkable 6 for 26 against Lancashire with his rapidly improving seamers.

All-rounder Hill was named England U19 vice-captain for the 2020 World Cup, having stepped up to lead the side several times in 2019 in the absence of George Balderson. He toured Bangladesh with England U19s in early 2019, scoring 91 in the second Youth Test and averaging 42 in the series. His starring role in 2019, however, was as 12th man for England in his home county and supplying Ben Stokes with the replacement bat that took the hosts to an unlikely victory in the third Test at Headingley.

Career Averages
Batting & Fielding
List A1715340713033.9149682.051238430
List A178282249103/473/4724.905.2928.2000
Recent Matches - Player
Yorkshire vs Gloucs12 & 362/14 & 2/1226-Sep-2022LeedsFC
Yorkshire vs Surrey28 & 352/4620-Sep-2022The OvalFC
Yorkshire vs Essex36 & 333/22 & 1/2412-Sep-2022LeedsFC
Yorkshire vs Lancashire32 & 66/26 & 0/2205-Sep-2022ManchesterFC
Yorkshire vs Hampshire0--23-Aug-2022ScarboroughList A
George Hill stands tall to cut
George Hill celebrates success with the ball
George Hill made his maiden first-class fifty
George Hill had a good day with the ball
George Hill