Name: Darren Maddy
Date of birth: 23/05/1974
International Team: N/A
Domestic Team: Warwickshire
Bowling Style: Right arm medium
Batting Style: Right-hand
- Test Debut v New Zealand at The Oval - Aug, 1999
- ODI Debut v South Africa at The Oval - May, 1998
- Classic opening batsman Maddy never quite showed his best form during his brief stint in the England team.
- His highest first-class score, 229 not out, came for England A, with whom he toured four times.
- Useful medium-pace bowler, he also excelled in the field.
International Career Overview
|Career Span:||1999-2000||Innings Bowled:||1|
|Highest Score:||24||Best bowling in Innings:||0/40|
|Career Span:||1998-2000||Innings Bowled:||0|
|Highest Score:||53||Best bowling in Innings:||N/A|
Full International Career History
|Jan 14 2000||South Africa||Centurion Park, Centurion||2||3|
|Dec 26 1999||South Africa||Durban||1||24|
|Aug 19 1999||New Zealand||The Oval||1||14|
|Dec 26 1999||South Africa||Durban||2||0/40|
|Feb 20 2000||Zimbabwe||Harare||1||53|
|Feb 18 2000||Zimbabwe||Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo||1||13|
|Feb 16 2000||Zimbabwe||Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo||1||24|
|Feb 13 2000||South Africa||Johannesburg||1||0|
|Feb 4 2000||South Africa||Buffalo Park, East London||1||22|
|Jan 30 2000||Zimbabwe||Kimberley||1||DNB|
|May 24 1998||South Africa||Headingley Carnegie||1||DNB|
|May 21 1998||South Africa||The Oval||1||1|
Today's Fixtures & Results
S Africa 552-5 DecIn-PlayW Indies 201 & 64-2
West Indies trail South Africa by 287 runs with 8 wickets remaining
Pakistan 31-2In-PlayNew Zealand 275-4
Pakistan need 244 runs to win from 38.3 overs
Australia 505CloseIndia 408 & 71-1
India trail Australia by 26 runs with 9 wickets remaining
Sydney Sixers 158-2ResultRenegades 154-7
Sydney Sixers win by 8 wickets
Related Darren Maddy News
Warwickshire all-rounder Darren Maddy's T20 career ends in defeat
Darren Maddy admitted "it's a young man's game" after playing his final game in the Friends Life T20 on Tuesday night.
Veteran Warwickshire all-rounder Darren Maddy to retire at end of current season
Former England all-rounder Darren Maddy has announced he will retire at the end of the season.
Westwood to skipper Bears
Warwickshire have announced that opening batsman Ian Westwood will replace Darren Maddy as club captain for the 2009 season.