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Team flagENG25 yrs
batting styleAll Rounder
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Recent Form

25 (25) vs LEIC, First class
5 (6) vs MDX, LIST A
0 (7) vs LEIC, LIST A
0 (1) vs HAM, LIST A
7 (10) vs SUR, LIST A
4 (10) vs NOR, T20-Blast
1 (2) vs DBS, T20-Blast
30 (17) *vs LEIC, T20-Blast
9 (3) *vs DBS, T20-Blast
6 (3) *vs LANCS, T20-Blast
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Career Stats

T20-Blast
Matches22
Innings19
Runs226
100s0
50s0
HS34
SR159.15
Avg16.14
Fours18
Sixes12
Duck outs--
Rank--
Debut:Northamptonshire v Leicestershire County Ground, Northampton, 1-6-2022

Teams played for

Leicestershire

About Ben Mike

NameBen Mike
GenderMale
Birth24 Aug 1998
Birth PlaceNottingham
NationalityEnglish

Benjamin Wentworth Munro Mike, better known as Ben Mike is a budding name in the Leicestershire setup. He is a right-arm quality pacer who has the ability to smack some useful, down the order. Graduated from the Leicestershire academy, Mike had a dream first-class debut against Sussex, in 2019, where the speedster grabbed nine wickets on debut. ... continue reading

Player Bio

Benjamin Wentworth Munro Mike, better known as Ben Mike is a budding name in the Leicestershire setup. He is a right-arm quality pacer who has the ability to smack some useful, down the order. Graduated from the Leicestershire academy, Mike had a dream first-class debut against Sussex, in 2019, where the speedster grabbed nine wickets on debut. 

Mike first emerged from the academy level, then had success to a greater extent with the Leics Second XI. The pacer made his List-A debut against touring India-A but the 50-over debut was something awful as the English side got belted by Mayank Agarwal and Prithvi Shaw, in 2018. Later, the pacer played a side game against Pakistan to earn a late-season Championship opportunity. That season, Mike bagged 19 wickets off just four games at 20.26. 

The following year, he played two first-class matches for Warwickshire as he was sent out as a loan player. The 2020 season was Mike’s return to Leicestershire and he earned the tag of a T20 specialist, courtesy of his nine-ball 22 not out against Yorkshire in the T20 Blast. He bagged 12 wickets and scored 169 runs across both formats.

At the end of the season, Mike signed a new two-year contract with Leicestershire. The club’s faith in the bowling-allrounder speaks volumes of Mike’s caliber and he is surely the player to watch out for. 

(As of May 2021)