Full Name

Paul Nicholas Weekes


July 08, 1969, Hackney, London


54y 346d


Weekesy, Twidds

Batting Style

Left hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Offbreak


5ft 10in


Homerton House, Hackney

Paul Weekes was an ever-present in the Middlesex side for more than a decade , valued for his pugnacious batting and more than capable offspin which gave much-needed balance to a side often struggling. At one stage he seemed on course for greater things, touring India and Bangladesh with England A in 1994-95 and then taking two crucial catches as substitute when England beat West Indies at Lord's in 1995. In 1996 he made 171* and 160 against Somerset at Uxbridge in 1996, and in the same season too career-best 8 for 39 against Glamorgan. A popular figure among members for his wholehearted approach, he was named player of the season in 1999 and 2004, but was dropped in 2006 and made clear his desire to continue his career elsewhere, but no offers came and he retired at the end of the season.
Cricinfo staff
September 2006

Paul Weekes Career Stats

Batting & Fielding

List A323289417632143*30.77--946--1380


List A323-1196896183294/174/1729.234.8236.31500

Recent Matches of Paul Weekes

Middlesex vs Kent35 & 4*0/6720-Sep-2006CanterburyFC
Middlesex vs Northants00/3217-Sep-2006NorthamptonList A
Middlesex vs Sussex00/3210-Sep-2006Lord'sList A
Middlesex vs Notts0 & 110/7306-Sep-2006Lord'sFC
Middlesex vs Notts240/5005-Sep-2006Lord'sList A

Photos of Paul Weekes

Paul Weekes is bowled first ball in his final match for Middlesex at Lord's
Paul Weekes, head back, swings his way to fifty
Paul Weekes clobbers James Kirtley
Middlesex's slip cordon poised
Paul Weekes on his way to 105
Paul Weekes hits out against Worcestershire