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Daniel Bell-Drummond

Team flagENG30 yrs
batting styleright handed Batter
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Daniel Bell-Drummond Recent Form

Batting

KT vs SUR, T20-Blast58 (37)
KT vs GLM, T20-Blast27 (15)
KT vs SUS, T20-Blast2 (5)
KT vs ESS, T20-Blast1 (7)
KT vs SUR, T20-Blast0 (2)
KT vs GLCS, T20-Blast76 (52)
KT vs HAM, First class19 (48)
KT vs HAM, First class9 (14)
KT vs LANCS, First class4 (12)
KT vs LANCS, First class9 (32)
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Bowling

KT vs SOM, First class1-54
KT vs WARKS, First class0-38
KT vs NOR, First class0-5
KT vs NOR, First class2-42
KT vs SOM, First class0-21
KT vs SOM, First class2-11
KT vs HAM, First class0-8
KT vs ESS, First class3-37
KT vs LANCS, First class0-20
KT vs WARKS, First class0-1
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Daniel Bell-Drummond Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ABU DHABI44520046192.5913.0053----
100B881520046129.9119.00143----
T20-Blast323298718111140.0032.9010625----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ABU DHABI4000.000.000000.00----
100B8000.000.000000.00----
T20-Blast321012.000.000/12000.00----

Carrer Debut Information

100B Debut
Birmingham Phoenix v London Spirit Edgbaston, Birmingham, 23-7-2021
T20-Blast Debut
Gloucestershire v Kent County Ground, Bristol, 1-6-2022

Teams played for

England England U19 Kent England Lions South Rajshahi Kings Auckland

About Daniel Bell-Drummond

NameDaniel Bell-Drummond
GenderMale
Birth4 Aug 1993
Birth PlaceLewisham, London
Height5 ft 7 in
NationalityEnglish

Born in London, but having his roots in Jamaica, Daniel Bell-Drummond was touted to be the next big thing by Andy Flower and Rob Key. Drummond has the Caribbean swagger as well as the English composure inherited in his batting style. ... continue reading

Player Bio

Born in London, but having his roots in Jamaica, Daniel Bell-Drummond was touted to be the next big thing by Andy Flower and Rob Key. Drummond has the Caribbean swagger as well as the English composure inherited in his batting style. 

The talented batsman emerged from the age-group level to represent England U-19 teams on several occasions before representing the nation in the 2012 edition of the Junior World Cup. Even before the ICC event, Drummond made his first-class debut for Kent. Later that season, he even got the opportunity to make his List-A debut. 

Drummond had to wait for two more years before making it into the first eleven. An injury to Rob Key led the youngster to make his Championship debut and played the last two games of the 2013 season. Consistency in the domestic circles meant Drummond’s call-up for England Lions. 

In 2016, the potent batsman scored a bundled amount of runs to grab the eyes of the selectors. He scored a fluent 206* against Loughborough MCC University and followed it up with a record-breaking stand of 367 runs versus Sri Lanka A. 

The following season, he was handed a contract by Rajshahi Kings for the Bangladesh Premier League. Drummond’s success continued and he bagged a long-term contract with Kent in 2018. The next season saw the dasher’s sublime growth as he scored 987 runs in first-class cricket and had a prolific run in the white-ball formats as well.

In 2021, the Birmingham Phoenix drafted the London-based cricketer into the squad for the inaugural season of 'The Hundred'. Drummond has been performing wonders since the age-group levels but hasn’t been able to break into the national team due to extreme competition up top. 

(As of April 2021)