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Chris Wright

ENG39 yrs
batting styleright-arm fast-medium Bowler
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Chris Wright Recent Form

Batting

LEIC vs DUR, First class0 (3)
LEIC vs DUR, First class6 (16)
LEIC vs YORKS, First class0 (2)
LEIC vs SUS, First class21 (28)
LEIC vs SUS, First class0 (2)
LEIC vs GLCS, First class0 (1)
LEIC vs ESS, LIST A6 (3) *
LEIC vs NOTS, LIST A7 (9)
LEIC vs WORCS, First class18 (20) *
LEIC vs WORCS, First class3 (8)
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Bowling

LEIC vs DUR, First class3-65
LEIC vs YORKS, First class1-38
LEIC vs YORKS, First class1-44
LEIC vs HAM, LIST A2-44
LEIC vs SUS, First class1-85
LEIC vs SUS, First class1-50
LEIC vs GLCS, First class2-37
LEIC vs GLCS, First class3-30
LEIC vs GLCS, LIST A2-31
LEIC vs YORKS, LIST A3-31
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Chris Wright Carrer Stats

Teams played for

Essex Warwickshire Northamptonshire Birmingham Bears Leicestershire Middlesex

About Chris Wright

NameChris Wright
GenderMale
Birth14 Jul 1985
Birth PlaceChipping Norton, Oxfordshire
Height6ft 3in
NationalityEnglish

A product of the Middlesex Academy, Chris Wright is a right-arm fast bowler who currently plays for Leicestershire in the English County circuit. By 2011, Wright had already represented Middlesex, Tamil Union and Essex, and was tagged as a ‘Journeyman’. ... continue reading

Player Bio

A product of the Middlesex Academy, Chris Wright is a right-arm fast bowler who currently plays for Leicestershire in the English County circuit. By 2011, Wright had already represented Middlesex, Tamil Union and Essex, and was tagged as a ‘Journeyman’.

Wright eventually joined Warwickshire in 2011 on a loan deal and made an instant impact, scalping two five-wicket hauls in his first three Championship matches. As a result, he was rewarded with a new three-year contract with the club.

The 2012 season was even better for Wright. He bagged 62 Division One wickets and was crucial in Warwickshire’s title-winning campaign that season. His performances eventually earned him a place in the England Performance Program. However, a stress fracture ruled him out of the 2013 domestic season and halted his progress.

After spending 8 seasons with Warwickshire, Wright decided to pursue a new challenge and was roped in by Leicestershire ahead of the 2019 Championship season.

Wright is one of the most important players to play for Warwickshire. He was the leader of the pace attack and was an important reason as to why Warwickshire won the Championship in 2012. Injuries have hampered his career and as a result, the Oxfordshire-born lost a considerable amount of pace towards the fag end of his career.

(As of July 2021)