Name: Michael Yardy
Date of birth: 27/11/1980
International Team: N/A
Domestic Team: Sussex
Role: All Rounder
Bowling Style: Slow left arm
Batting Style: Left-hand
- ODI debut: v Pakistan at Nottingham, Sept 8, 2006.
- T20I debut: v Pakistan at Bristol, August 28 2006.
- Topped the domestic batting tables in 2005.
- Scored 257 runs and took 5/83 v Bangladesh, the highest score by a Sussex batsman against a touring team.
- Selected for England A tour of West Indies and the Champions Trophy in 2007.
- Took over as Sussex captain in 2009 and led the team to victory in the Twenty20 Cup and Pro40s.
- Was dropped after a few disappointing performances and spent three years in the international wilderness before getting a call-up to the England squad for the World T20 in the Caribbean in 2010.
- Played a key role as England romped to victory in the Caribbean.
- Those T20 performances earned him another chance at 50-over level, and Yardy impressed in the NatWest Series wins over Australia and Bangladesh.
International Career Overview
|Career Span:||2006-2011||Innings Bowled:||30|
|Highest Score:||61||Best bowling in Innings:||3/24|
Today's Fixtures & Results
New Zealand 81-4In-PlayAustralia 151
New Zealand need 71 runs to win from 39.5 oversEngland22:00Sri Lanka
New Zealand 230-8ResultEngland 232-5
England Women win by 5 wickets
NSW 345 & 97TeaWestern Austral 300 & 113-2
Western Australia trail New South Wales by 29 runs with 8 wickets remainingVictoria 389ResultQueensland 207 & 168
Victoria win by an innings and 14 runs
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