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Kiran Carlson

Team flagENG25 yrs
batting styleright handed Batter
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Kiran Carlson Recent Form

Batting

GLM vs NOR, First class7 (18)
GLM vs DBS, First class11 (19)
GLM vs DBS, First class74 (99)
GLM vs MDX, First class77 (132)
GLM vs MDX, First class3 (3) *
GLM vs DBS, First class36 (56)
GLM vs DBS, First class4 (25)
GLM vs YORKS, First class52 (74)
GLM vs YORKS, First class64 (89)
GLM vs WORCS, First class24 (21)
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Bowling

GLM vs DBS, First class0-36
GLM vs DBS, First class0-33
GLM vs MDX, First class3-147
GLM vs DBS, First class2-111
GLM vs DBS, First class2-55
GLM vs YORKS, First class3-147
GLM vs WORCS, First class1-22
GLM vs WORCS, First class0-44
GLM vs NOR, LIST A0-46
GLM vs SOM, LIST A0-28
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Kiran Carlson Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
T20-Blast23214830277150.4725.424726----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
T20-Blast234211.2530.002/130016.00----

Carrer Debut Information

T20-Blast Debut
Glamorgan v Essex Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, 2-6-2022

Teams played for

England Glamorgan

About Kiran Carlson

NameKiran Carlson
GenderMale
Birth16 May 1998
Birth PlaceCardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
NationalityEnglish

Kiran Carlson became an overnight sensation when the explosive right-handed batsman became the youngest player to score a first class century for Glamorgan- at 18 years and 119 days. ... continue reading

Player Bio

Kiran Carlson became an overnight sensation when the explosive right-handed batsman became the youngest player to score a first class century for Glamorgan- at 18 years and 119 days. 

However, it was on his first class debut for Glamorgan, where Carlson surprised everyone with his gile and off spin bowling on a relatively dry track at Northampton. Carlson bagged 5 for 28 on his debut to completely rattle the opposition. 

2018 was more of a breakthrough year for Carlson who toyed with bowlers for fun. He even showed his attacking prowess in the T20 Blast that summer, when he slammed 58 off 32 balls in a win at the Oval in 2018. 

But his form fell dramatically in 2019 and the attacking batter failed to register a single half-century in the whole summer and was eventually dropped from all formats of the game.

The slump continued in 2020 as Carlson scored just 109 runs in the Bob Willis Trophy and just 23 runs in the T20 Blast.

A lot was expected of Carlson when he made his Championship debut for Glamorgan. However, he failed to replicate his domestic season and faded into darkness very quickly.

(As of July 2021)