Full Name

Lee Martin Daggett

Born

October 01, 1982, Bury, Lancashire

Age

41y 294d

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Medium

Playing Role

Bowler

Height

6ft

Education

Woodhey High School Bury, Durham University.

Lee Daggett, a solid county seamer, established himself at Northamptonshire after previous stints with Warwickshire and, briefly, Leicestershire. At Durham University he took 8 for 94 against Durham, and was named Durham University's Sportsman of the Year in 2004. He made the breakthrough into Warwickshire's first-team into 2006, impressing while playing five Championship games, but found his opportunities at the club limited.

After a loan spell at Leicestershire in 2008, he played an important role as Northamptonshire almost gained promotion from Division Two in 2011. His best form of the game has consistently been one-day cricket, although a lack of variety has hindered Daggett in Twenty20 cricket. Near the end of 2013, Daggett announced his retirement in order to take up a physiotherapist's role with Northampton Saints Rugby Club.
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Lee Daggett Career Stats

Bowling

FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
FC71-1097463001668/94-37.953.4466.1820
List A636125222051794/174/1725.964.8731.9500
T20s56508051005282/172/1735.897.4928.7000

Batting & Fielding

FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s4s6sCtSt
FC71833561350*12.77188932.4501--130
List A6318129214*15.3312971.310050100
T20s56116113*2.202642.300000130

Recent Matches of Lee Daggett

MatchBatBowlDateGroundFormat
Northants vs Kent--1/7417-Sep-2013NorthamptonFC
Nthants 2nd vs MCC Uni6*0/19 & 0/2928-Aug-2013DesboroughOTHER
Northants vs Warwickshire--2/3526-Aug-2013BirminghamList A
Northants vs Surrey--1/517-Aug-2013BirminghamT20
Northants vs Essex--0/2917-Aug-2013BirminghamT20

Photos of Lee Daggett

Lee Daggett takes Worcestershire's first wicket, Daryl Mitchell lbw
Callum Thorp is castled by Lee Daggett as Warwickshire pull off a stunning 18-run win
Lee Daggett celebrates dismissing Callum Thorp, one of six second-innings victims for him