Name: James Kirtley
Date of birth: 10/01/1975
International Team: N/A
Domestic Team: Sussex
Bowling Style: Right arm fast medium
Batting Style: Right-hand
Test Debut v South Africa at Nottingham - Aug, 2003
ODI Debut v Zimbabwe at Harare - Oct, 2001
- A right-arm fast-medium bowler, he has the rare ability of swinging the ball at pace.
- Kirtley has suffered accusations throughout his career about the legality of his bowling action.
- Bowled England to victory on his Test debut against South Africa at Trent Bridge with 6 wickets in the second innings.
- However, has had limited opportunities ever since as England's first choice seamers have conquered all before them.
International Career Overview
|Career Span:||2003-2003||Innings Bowled:||7|
|Highest Score:||12||Best bowling in Innings:||6/34|
|Career Span:||2001-2007||Innings Bowled:||13|
|Highest Score:||4||Best bowling in Innings:||2/33|
Full International Career History
|Dec 18 2003||Sri Lanka||Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo||1||1|
|Dec 10 2003||Sri Lanka||Kandy||1||3*|
|Aug 21 2003||South Africa||Headingley Carnegie||1||1|
|Aug 14 2003||South Africa||Trent Bridge, Nottingham||1||1|
|Dec 18 2003||Sri Lanka||Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo||1||2/131|
|Dec 10 2003||Sri Lanka||Kandy||1||2/109|
|Aug 21 2003||South Africa||Headingley Carnegie||1||2/74|
|Aug 14 2003||South Africa||Trent Bridge, Nottingham||1||2/80|
|Mar 11 2007||Bangladesh A||Mirpur||1||4|
|Apr 18 2004||West Indies||Bourda, Georgetown, Guyana||1||DNB|
|Nov 12 2003||Bangladesh||National Stadium, Dhaka||1||DNB|
|Dec 15 2002||Australia||Melbourne Cricket Ground||1||1|
|Dec 13 2002||Australia||Sydney||1||DNB|
|Jul 4 2002||India||The Riverside, Chester-le-Street||1||DNB|
|Jul 2 2002||Sri Lanka||Headingley Carnegie||1||DNB|
|Jun 29 2002||India||Lord's||1||DNB|
|Jun 27 2002||Sri Lanka||Trent Bridge, Nottingham||1||DNB|
|Oct 10 2001||Zimbabwe||Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo||1||1|
|Oct 6 2001||Zimbabwe||Harare||1||DNB|
|Oct 3 2001||Zimbabwe||Harare||1||DNB|
|Apr 18 2004||West Indies||Bourda, Georgetown, Guyana||1||0/28|
|Nov 12 2003||Bangladesh||National Stadium, Dhaka||1||2/33|
|Dec 15 2002||Australia||Melbourne Cricket Ground||1||1/62|
|Dec 13 2002||Australia||Sydney||1||0/53|
|Jul 4 2002||India||The Riverside, Chester-le-Street||1||1/77|
|Jul 2 2002||Sri Lanka||Headingley Carnegie||1||0/37|
|Jun 29 2002||India||Lord's||1||0/57|
|Jun 27 2002||Sri Lanka||Trent Bridge, Nottingham||1||2/40|
|Oct 10 2001||Zimbabwe||Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo||1||0/24|
|Oct 6 2001||Zimbabwe||Harare||1||1/37|
|Oct 3 2001||Zimbabwe||Harare||1||2/33|
Related James Kirtley News
Kirtley confirms retirement
Former England bowler James Kirtley has announced that he will retire from first-class cricket at the end of the season.
Kirtley extends Sussex career
James Kirtley has agreed a one-year extension to his Sussex deal, keeping him at Hove next season.
Durham floored by Kirtley
James Kirtley took 5-26 as Sussex moved top of the NatWest Pro40 League with a 193-run triumph over Durham.