Full Name

Jordan Clark


October 14, 1990, Whitehaven, Cumbria


32y 161d

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Medium fast

Fielding Position

Occasional Wicketkeeper

Playing Role



G Clark


D Clark


Jordan Clark, a powerful striker and useful seam bowler, left Lancashire for Surrey at the end of the 2018 season. Clark had taken 150 wickets and scored over 5,000 runs in all formats since making his debut for Lancashire in 2010, but Surrey saw untapped potential as well as a ready-made replacement for their veteran allrounder Rikki Clarke.

Clark had displayed the potential to become a crowd favourite at Old Trafford, especially in the limited-overs formats, without ever quite pinning down that reputation. A product of Sedbergh School, he hails from Cumbria and his younger brother Graham has chosen another well-trodden route from that county by joining Durham.

In April 2013, he became the first English professional cricketer to hit six sixes in an over in a match of some repute when he did it during a Second XI Roses clash against Yorkshire at Scarborough. His victim was Gurman Randhawa, a left-arm spinner, who was regularly deposited over midwicket. There was barely a spectator to witness it, but he could claim a link with those who had pulled it off in more demanding circumstances: Sir Garfield Sobers, Ravi Shastri, Yuvraj Singh and Herschelle Gibbs. He had almost achieved a maximum a few months earlier in grade cricket in Australia when he hit the first five balls of an over for six.

Clark joined Lancashire's Academy in 2008 as only the second entrant from Cumbria, where he attended Sedbergh School. He made his first-team debut in a 40-over match in September 2010 and his hard-hitting batting style earned him several appearances in the Twenty20 side the following season after recovering from a stress fracture in the back and signed a professional contract in October 2011.

His most eye-catching bowling display came in 2014 when he took 4 for 22 in the NatWest T20 Blast quarterfinal win against Glamorgan at Old Trafford, including a triple wicket maiden, to swing the tie Lancashire's way. An increasingly regular performer in the limited-overs formats, he had still to make his Championship debut at the end of 2014.

His career-best Championship score of 84 not out had special appeal. Not only did it come against Yorkshire in the Roses match at Old Trafford, it involved a record 10th-wicket stand for Lancashire in that fixture with generations of former Lancashire players looking on. He was also one of Lancashire's more consistent batsmen in their relegation year of 2018.

His first year at Surrey was not an unqualified success, as the club endured a poor season while trying to defend their Championship title, but he chipped in with occasional performances in each format.
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Career Averages
Batting & Fielding
List A5139895479*30.7795599.8905792080
List A514014521536344/344/3445.176.3442.7100
Recent Matches - Player
Surrey vs Lancashire5 & 90/4226-Sep-2022ManchesterFC
Surrey vs Yorkshire552/42 & 1/3120-Sep-2022The OvalFC
Surrey vs Northants300/62 & 1/5412-Sep-2022NorthamptonFC
Surrey vs Warwickshire281/42 & 3/6125-Jul-2022The OvalFC
Surrey vs Somerset--1/1121-Jun-2022The OvalT20
Surrey were presented with the County Championship trophy
Surrey were crowned County Champions for the second time in four years
Jordan Clark celebrates a wicket
Jordan Clark ripped through Hampshire's top order
Jordan Clark claimed a Roses hat-trick for Lancashire
Jordan Clark got Lancashire out of the mire