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Jim Allenby

Full name:James Allenby
Born:12th September 1982, Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Batting:Right-hand batsman
Bowling:Right-arm medium pace
Education:Christ Church Grammar School, Perth
Teams:Leicestershire (Main FC: 2006-2009); Glamorgan (Main FC: 2009-2014); Durham Cricket Board (Main ListA: 2002); Leicestershire (Main ListA: 2005-2009); Glamorgan (Main ListA: 2009-2014); Leicestershire (Main Twenty20: 2005-2009); Western Australia (Main Twenty20: 2006/07); Glamorgan (Main Twenty20: 2010-2014); Western Australia Cricket Association Chairman's XI (Other FC: 2013/14); All teams
Glamorgan cap: 2010
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics
Articles:Sussex strengthens its quarter-final claims
Pictures:Portrait of Jim Allenby
 Portrait of Jim Allenby
 Portrait of Jim Allenby

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2013 profile
The all-rounder joined Glamorgan in 2009 having previously played for Leicestershire since 2006. During his time with the East Midlands side, Jim produced some useful performances, including a spell of four wickets in four balls in their Twenty20 match against the Lancashire Lightning at Old Trafford in 2008. His skills with bat and ball have proved invaluable to Glamorgan in both four-day and one-day cricket, and he has produced several match-winning performances, including an unbeaten 125 against Kent at the SWALEC Stadium which laid the foundations for a comprehensive victory in the closing match of the 2012 season - a summer which also Jim end up as the Club's leading wicket-taker in first-class cricket with 42 wickets at just 23 runs apiece. In recognition of his efforts, he was the Club's Player of the Year for 2012, whilst he also won the prestigious Wetherell Award from the Cricket Society for being the leading all-rounder in English cricket. Jim continued in outstanding form with both bat and ball in 2013, amassing over 2,000 runs in all forms of cricket, besides winning the Man-of-the Match Award in the Yorkshire Bank40 semi-final against Hampshire at the Ageas Bowl as the Welsh county clinched a place in the final of the 40-overs competition at Lordís. Jim will lead the county in the Twenty20 competition in 2014.
Profile DateLine: 29th March 2013 by Glamorgan Cricket Archive


First-Class Career Batting and Fielding (2006-2014)
MINORunsHSAve10050SRateCt
Overall121191286656138*40.83 104659.41 121
First-Class Career Bowling (2006-2014)
BallsMdnsRunsWktsBBAve5wI10wMSRateEcon
Overall1478561765512546-5425.79 5158.20 2.65

List A Career Batting and Fielding (2002-2014)
MINORunsHSAve10050SRateCt
Overall959010209691*26.20 01087.47 33
List A Career Bowling (2006-2014)
BallsMdnsRunsWktsBBAve4wI5wISRateEcon
Overall3095252547805-4331.83 3138.68 4.93

Twenty20 Career Batting and Fielding (2005-2014)
MINORunsHSAve10050SRateCt
Overall978914240711032.09 216124.65 26
Twenty20 Career Bowling (2006-2014)
BallsMdnsRunsWktsBBAve4wI5wISRateEcon
Overall128801686525-2132.42 0224.76 7.85

 

 

 

 

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