Graham Wagg

Full name:Graham Grant Wagg
Born:28th April 1983, Rugby, Warwickshire, England
Batting:Right-hand batsman
Bowling:Left-arm medium pace, Slow left-arm orthodox
Education:Aslawn School, Rugby
Teams:Warwickshire (Main FC: 2002-2004); Derbyshire (Main FC: 2006-2010); Glamorgan (Main FC: 2011-2015); Warwickshire Cricket Board (Main ListA: 2000-2002); Warwickshire (Main ListA: 2002-2004); Derbyshire (Main ListA: 2006-2010); Glamorgan (Main ListA: 2011-2015); Warwickshire (Main Twenty20: 2003-2004); Derbyshire (Main Twenty20: 2006-2009); Glamorgan (Main Twenty20: 2011-2015); England A (Other FC: 2003/04); England A (Other ListA: 2003/04); Warwickshire Cricket Board (Minor Counties Trophy: 1999-2002); England Under-19s (Under-19 Test: 2002); England Under-19s (Under-19 ODI: 2002); England Under-19s (Under-19 two innings: 2002); England Under-19s (Under-19 limited overs: 2002); All teams
Derbyshire cap: 2007
Glamorgan cap: 2013
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics
Articles:Middlesex finally gets its act together; Boje and van der Wath shine
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2015 profile
Graham Wagg is a combative all-rounder who has previously played county cricket for Warwickshire and Derbyshire, besides appearing for England A. The left-arm swing bowler joined Glamorgan in 2010 and his abilities with the ball, as well as his forthright batting has seen him become a valuable member of Glamorgan’s team in both formats of the game. 2012 saw Graham miss several months with a foot injury, but even so, the summer still saw him record Glamorgan-best figures of 6/44 in the Championship match against Derbyshire at the SWALEC Stadium, as well as 4/45 against Surrey in the 40-over League game The Oval. Graham was awarded his Glamorgan cap in 2013 – a season which saw him record the Club’s best-ever bowling figures in Twenty20 cricket as he took 5/14 against Worcestershire at New Road – whilst in 2014 he scored his maiden Championship century for the Welsh country, by completing a hundred in the match against Kent at Canterbury. He also began the 2014 season with career-best bowling figures of 6/29 against Surrey as Glamorgan romped to an emphatic ten-wicket victory at The Oval.
Profile DateLine: 29th March 2013 by Glamorgan Cricket Archive

First-Class Career Batting and Fielding (2002-2015)
First-Class Career Bowling (2002-2015)

List A Career Batting and Fielding (2000-2015)
List A Career Bowling (2000-2015)

Twenty20 Career Batting and Fielding (2003-2015)
Twenty20 Career Bowling (2003-2015)

Under-19 Test Career Batting and Fielding (2002)
England Under-19s350936018.600160.781
Under-19 Test Career Bowling (2002)
England Under-19s3241020052-1440.000064.803.70

Under-19 ODI Career Batting and Fielding (2002)
England Under-19s2201396.500086.660
Under-19 ODI Career Bowling (2002)
England Under-19s96011632-6738.660032.007.25





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