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Team flagENG37 yrs
batting styleleft handed Batter

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Batting
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Recent Form

0 (1) vs MDX, First class
9 (8) vs LANCS, First class
4 (13) vs LANCS, First class
12 (23) vs WARKS, LIST A
0 (1) vs LEIC, LIST A
9 (9) vs DUR, LIST A
18 (29) vs GLCS, LIST A
6 (15) vs NOTS, LIST A
3 (9) vs LANCS, First class
11 (47) vs LANCS, First class
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Career Stats

ODI
T20I
Matches8
Innings8
Runs244
100s0
50s1
HS87
SR105.63
Avg30.50
Fours36
Sixes0
Duck outs--
Rank--
Debut:England vs Australia at Centurion- October 02, 2009

Teams played for

England England Lions Surrey Somerset

About Steven Davies

NameSteven Davies
GenderMale
Birth17 Jun 1986
Birth PlaceBromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
Height5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
NationalityEnglish

An elegant wicket-keeper batsman, Steven Michael Davies is a professional cricketer for the English national team. A first-out cricketer in the men’s game, he officially announced that he was gay in February 2011. Davies began his cricketing journey in 2001 for Worcestershire and has become a prominent figure in the English domestic circuit since.... continue reading

Player Bio

An elegant wicket-keeper batsman, Steven Michael Davies is a professional cricketer for the English national team. A first-out cricketer in the men’s game, he officially announced that he was gay in February 2011. Davies began his cricketing journey in 2001 for Worcestershire and has become a prominent figure in the English domestic circuit since.

Bursting onto the international stage in a T20 against West Indies in 2009, Davies was selected for the tremendous progress and ability that he had shown for Worcestershire. Although he was consistent, his selection and treatment were quite the opposite as he found himself forever in and out of the team. 

The 35-year-old wicketkeeper has enjoyed a successful decade on the domestic circuit since then, with previous county Surrey and with Somerset. Davies, who joined Somerset for the 2017 season from Surrey, played a key role in helping the County retain its first division status and ended as the leading run-scorer.

The veteran is still a dominant figure in the domestic circuit and is immensely talented. A fantastic cricketer and the first openly gay cricketer in the world, his experience is widely discussed and the experience certainly helps the youngster within the squad to express themselves better both on and off the field.

(As of July 2021)