Full Name

Kadeer Ali


March 07, 1983, Moseley, Birmingham, Warwickshire


41y 138d

Also Known As

Abdul-Kadeer Ali



Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style



6ft 2in


Moseley Sixth Form College






Kadeer Ali was born and educated in Warwickshire and came through that county's youth system before emerging in senior cricket with Worcestershire. He made his county debut in 2000, after previously representing the Worcestershire Board XI in limited overs competitions, and went on to represent England Under-19's with distinction. After his first-class debut, his appearances for Worcestershire were mainly confined to the one-day competitions, but had more of a chance to impress in 2003 when he took his opportunity and was selected for the ECB National Academy squad. Kadeer Ali is a cousin of Worcestershire and England player Kabir Ali, while his brother, Moeen Ali has just joined Kabir there after moving from Warwickshire. He moved to Gloucestershire in 2005 in search of first team cricket and scored his maiden first-class hundred for them in August 2006.
Sam Collins January 2009

Kadeer Ali Career Stats

Batting & Fielding

List A64644181711430.28--312--150


List A64-756811/41/468.005.4475.0000

Recent Matches of Kadeer Ali

Staffs vs Berkshire15 & 14--15-Sep-2019BanburyOTHER
Staffs vs Norfolk6 & 20/11 & 1/1601-Sep-2019New LongtonOTHER
Staffs vs Bedfordshire21 & 670/018-Aug-2019LutonOTHER
Staffs vs Cumberland20--04-Aug-2019CheckleyOTHER
Staffs vs Herts11 & 68--21-Jul-2019North MymmsOTHER

Photos of Kadeer Ali

Kadeer Ali was forced to retire hurt after a blow from Johan van der Wath
Kadeer Ali plays the supporting act to Craig Spearman with an unbeaten 33
Kadeer Ali applies the finishing touches with the winning runs
Kadeer Ali portrait
Ali shapes to play a short delivery. ICC Under-19 World Cup Super League Group 2: England Under-19s v South Africa Under-19s at Lincoln, 1 Feb 2002
Ali drives a delivery down the ground on the leg side. ICC Under-19 World Cup Super League Group 2: England Under-19s v South Africa Under-19s at Lincoln, 1 Feb 2002