Matches (19)
IND v ENG (1)
NZ v AUS (1)
WCL 2 (1)
Ranji Trophy (4)
BPL 2024 (2)
CWC Play-off (3)
WPL (1)
PSL 2024 (2)
WI 4-Day (4)

Full Name

Richard James Logan


January 28, 1980, Stone, Staffordshire


44y 26d



Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Medium fast


6ft 1in


Notre Dame Sixth Form College, Oxford Brookes University

Tall and strapping, fast bowler Richard Logan represented England at Under-15, Under-17 and Under-19 levels. Northamptonshire offered him a contract on potential alone after taking only 11 wickets in 1999, but he chose to move to Nottinghamshire. After his move, a shoulder injury sidelined him for six weeks of the 2001 season. He made an immediate impact on his return, taking 5 for 24 against Suffolk in the third round of the C&G Trophy and his 6 for 93 against Derbyshire that August remained his career-best figures in a four-year stay at Nottinghamshire. He featured in 12 of their Championship matches in 2002, when he took 35 wickets at 32, but after playing in only six first-class matches over the next two summers he announced a move to Hampshire in October 2004. That lasted two seasons until he ended up back at Northamptonshire for a second stint, which ended in 2008 with his release. Logan is also a competent hockey player, having played for Staffordshire and Midlands at junior level.
Jenny Thompson August 2008

Richard Logan Career Stats

Batting & Fielding

List A67311122028*11.00--00--210


List A67-26202538705/245/2436.255.8137.4410

Recent Matches of Richard Logan

Berkshire vs Shropshire70/2228-Aug-2013WormsleyOTHEROD
Berkshire vs Cornwall16* & 354/73 & 1/9818-Aug-2013St AustellOTHER
Berkshire vs Shropshire677/10104-Aug-2013WhitchurchOTHER
Berkshire vs Cheshire56 & 82/87 & 2/3321-Jul-2013FinchampsteadOTHER
Berkshire vs Northumb5*0/4914-Jul-2013FinchampsteadOTHEROD

Photos of Richard Logan

Richard Logan
Richard Logan ; thumbnail portrait April 2002
Richard Logan bowling thumbnail (2)
Richard Logan bowling thumbnail
Richard Logan of Nottinghamshire
Richard Logan bowls from the Trent Bridge pavilion end