Name: Robert Key
Date of birth: 12/05/1979
International Team: N/A
Domestic Team: Kent
Bowling Style: Off break
Batting Style: Right-hand
- Test Debut v India at Nottingham - Aug, 2002
- ODI Debut England v Zimbabwe at Nottingham - Jun, 2003
- Came to the media attention after starring in England World Cup winning Under-19 team in 1998.
- Has struggled throughout his career with his weight which has hindered his England career under Duncan Fletcher's disciplined regime.
- No doubting his talent as his double century against the West Indies showed in 2004.
- He has shown a propensity during his England career to get himself out when seemingly set.
International Career Overview
|Career Span:||2002-2005||Innings Bowled:||0|
|Highest Score:||221||Best bowling in Innings:||N/A|
|Career Span:||2003-2009||Innings Bowled:||0|
|Highest Score:||44||Best bowling in Innings:||N/A|
Full International Career History
|Jan 25 2005||South Africa||Centurion Park, Centurion||1||1|
|Jan 13 2005||South Africa||Johannesburg||1||83|
|Jan 6 2005||South Africa||Cape Town||1||0|
|Aug 19 2004||West Indies||The Oval||1||10|
|Aug 12 2004||West Indies||Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester||1||6|
|Aug 1 2004||West Indies||Edgbaston||1||29|
|Jul 22 2004||West Indies||Lord's||1||221|
|Jun 5 2003||Zimbabwe||The Riverside, Chester-le-Street||1||4|
|May 24 2003||Zimbabwe||Lord's||1||18|
|Jan 2 2003||Australia||Sydney||1||3|
|Dec 26 2002||Australia||Melbourne Cricket Ground||1||0|
|Nov 29 2002||Australia||Perth||1||47|
|Nov 21 2002||Australia||Adelaide||1||1|
|Aug 22 2002||India||Headingley Carnegie||1||30|
|Aug 8 2002||India||Trent Bridge, Nottingham||1||17|
|Mar 19 2009||New Zealand A||Pukekura Park, New Plymouth||1||12|
|Mar 16 2009||New Zealand A||1||21|
|Mar 13 2009||New Zealand A||1||44|
|Jul 6 2004||West Indies||Lord's||1||19|
|Jul 4 2004||New Zealand||County Ground, Bristol||1||18|
|Jul 1 2004||West Indies||Headingley Carnegie||1||6|
|Jun 28 2003||South Africa||The Oval||1||0|
|Jun 26 2003||Zimbabwe||Trent Bridge, Nottingham||1||11|
Related Robert Key News
Rob Key quits as captain of Kent after seven years in the job
Rob Key has stood down as captain of Kent after seven seasons at the helm.
Surrey crushed at Canterbury
Darren Stevens finished with 11 wickets in the match as Surrey crashed to a three-day defeat at Kent.
Kent keep Key as captain
Rob Key has been reappointed Kent captain for 2011, despite their relegation in the LV= County Championship.