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Tom Helm

Team flagENG30 yrs
batting styleright-arm fast-medium Bowler
Career & Stats

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MDX vs GLM, First class25 (50) *
MDX vs GLM, First class6 (33)
MDX vs GLCS, First class22 (34)
MDX vs GLCS, First class4 (5) *
MDX vs YORKS, First class17 (32) *
MDX vs GLM, First class64 (120)
MDX vs NOTS, First class8 (9) *
MDX vs WARKS, First class2 (7)
MDX vs WARKS, First class2 (33)
BP vs MO, 100B2 (3)


MDX vs GLM, First class3-71
MDX vs GLM, First class4-44
MDX vs GLCS, First class3-102
MDX vs GLCS, First class2-25
MDX vs YORKS, First class1-29
MDX vs YORKS, First class2-57
MDX vs NOR, First class0-92
MDX vs GLM, First class0-132
MDX vs GLM, First class0-3
MDX vs NOTS, First class2-64

Tom Helm Carrer Stats


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Carrer Debut Information

100B Debut
Birmingham Phoenix v London Spirit Edgbaston, Birmingham, 23-7-2021
T20-Blast Debut
Middlesex v Surrey Lord's, London, 9-6-2022

Teams played for

England Middlesex Glamorgan England Lions South

About Tom Helm

NameTom Helm
Birth7 May 1994
Birth PlaceStoke Mandeville Hospital, Buckinghamshire
Height6 ft 0 in

Tom Helm is a fast-bowler who was born and brought up in Buckinghamshire, later picked by Middlesex County Cricket Club at the age of 18. ... continue reading

Player Bio

Tom Helm is a fast-bowler who was born and brought up in Buckinghamshire, later picked by Middlesex County Cricket Club at the age of 18. 

The tall lanky pacer fast-tracked by Middlesex in 2012 as he debuted in a first-class clash against Yorkshire, finishing the game with five wickets, including Kane Williamson and Gary Ballance. A couple of days later, Helm played his second List A game against Unicorns where he took 3 for 27. Being associated with the county for half a decade, the Buckinghamshire-born didn’t enjoy much success until 2019. 

Helm enjoyed an impressive 2019 season thoroughly where he took 58 wickets spread evenly across all three formats. Before his breakthrough season, the pacer has struggled with injuries throughout the early stages of his career. However, an injury-free season earned him an England Lions call-up. 

In 2020, Helm was named in a 55-man group of players to begin training ahead of international fixtures starting in England following the global pandemic. Later, he was selected as a reserve bowler for the White-Ball tour of South Africa. 

The following season, he was drafted into the Birmingham Phoenix squad for the inaugural edition of the Hundred. A pacer like Helm can trouble many of the greatest hitters in this latest format of the game, using his bounce and variations. 

(As of April 2021)