Matches (12)
IPL (2)
PAK v WI [W] (1)
RHF Trophy (4)
WT20 WC QLF (Warm-up) (5)

Full Name

Kevan David James


March 18, 1961, Lambeth, London


63y 37d

Batting Style

Left hand Bat

Bowling Style

Left arm Medium fast

Kevan James was an archetypal county journeyman who forged a successful career with Hampshire after leaving Middlesex where his opportunities were limited. A capable middle-order batsman and left-arm seamer, he was not good enough to press for international recognition despite solid performances throughout the 1990s. As a teenager he toured Australia and West Indies with Young England, and in later years spent his winters in New Zealand playing first-class cricket for Wellington. His day in the sun came against the Indians in 1996 when he took four wickets in four balls, and then cracked a hundred for good measure. He was a member of Hampshire's NatWest Trophy-winning side of 1991, and then the Benson & Hedges Cup-winning team the following season.
Martin Williamson

Kevan James Career Stats

Batting & Fielding

List A2541714724596619.8307690


List A2541095877272476/356/3531.284.2344.3420

Recent Matches of Kevan James

Debut/Last Matches of Kevan James

FC Matches

1980 - 1999

List A Matches

1980 - 1999

Photos of Kevan James

BBC Radio Solent's Sports Editor Kevan James
Radio Solent interview
Kevan James batting for England
Kevan James celebrates
Kevan James receives County Cap
The Middlesex squad for the 1982 squad