Andrew Salter

Andrew Salter

Andrew Salter

Full Name

Andrew Graham Salter


June 01, 1993, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales


27y 341d

Batting Style

Right hand bat

Bowling Style

Right arm offbreak

Playing Role



Andrew Salter began life as a promising young offspinner who has been tipped to fill the boots of Robert Croft at Glamorgan. He could not have made a better start after taking a wicket with his first ball on his County Championship debut in August 2013 at Swansea; a feat not achieved by a Glamorgan player for 56 years and which has only happened three times in the club's history.

He struggled to meet expectations with the ball, even with Croft established as 1st XI coach in 2016, but was resourceful enough to improve his batting and by the end of 2017, when he made more half-centuries for Glamorgan in the Championship than any other player, his cautious style taking him to second in the county batting averages, he was being referred to as an "offspinner-turned-batsman".

While his red-ball game may not have developed as he might have hoped, he remains a useful white-ball spinner, topping Glamorgan's wicket-taking charts in the 2019 T20 Blast and often operating in the powerplay.

Salter, born in Pembrokeshire, made his Glamorgan 2nd XI debut in 2010 and also appeared for Wales Minor Counties and Cardiff MCCU, for whom he made his first-class debut in 2012 against Somerset at Taunton. Also that summer he made his limited-overs debut and a year later became a feature of Glamorgan's Yorkshire Bank 40 side that reached the final. He became a regular player over the next two years and spent his winters playing grade cricket in Sydney as part of an ECB development programme.

He is a biking enthusiast, and is part of the management team of a motorcycle club alongside Welsh international rugby player George North.
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Career Averages

List A363412881155172/412/4167.945.3875.70000
Batting & Fielding
List A3628103715120.6142188.1201251390

Recent Matches - Player

Glam 2nd XI vs Lancs 2nd XI110/12 & 3/1119-Apr-2021Great CrosbyOTHER
Glam 2nd XI vs Smrst 2nd XI95 & 211/19 & 0/2806-Apr-2021TauntonOTHER
Glamorgan vs Worcs--0/4620-Sep-2020WorcesterT20
Glamorgan vs Gloucs--0/3318-Sep-2020CardiffT20
Glamorgan vs Somerset141/4016-Sep-2020CardiffT20


Andrew Salter starred with the ball
Andrew Salter celebrates a wicket
Andrew Salter and Graham Wagg celebrate victory
Daniel Lawrence regrets his choice of shot after falling to Andrew Salter
The 20-year-old offspinner Andrew Salter impressed at Lord's