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Team flagENG32 yrs
batting styleAll Rounder
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Recent Form

172 (167) vs ESS, First class
16 (36) vs SUR, First class
9 (11) vs WARKS, First class
19 (54) vs LANCS, First class
29 (45) vs LANCS, First class
100 (71) vs GLM, LIST A
30 (38) vs DBS, LIST A
20 (14) vs WARKS, LIST A
35 (42) vs WORCS, LIST A
42 (40) vs DUR, LIST A
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Career Stats

T20-Blast
Matches14
Innings10
Runs130
100s0
50s0
HS28
SR109.24
Avg16.25
Fours13
Sixes1
Duck outs--
Rank--
Debut:Northamptonshire v Leicestershire County Ground, Northampton, 1-6-2022

Teams played for

Northamptonshire

About Rob Keogh

NameRob Keogh
GenderMale
Birth21 Oct 1991
Birth PlaceDunstable
NationalityEnglish
Rob Ian Keogh is an English professional cricketer who plays for Northamptonshire CCC. He is a multi-dimensional cricketer who bats in the middle-order, while an off-break bowler with the ball in hand. The allrounder made his first-class debut in 2012 but announced himself the following summer with a double-hundred against Hampshire.

Born in Dunstable, in 1991, Keogh started playing minor county cricket for Bedfordshire. He graduated and was picked by the Northants to play just a single first-class match, in his maiden season. The next year, he played 8 games and scored his maiden Championship ton versus Hampshire at Southampton. ... continue reading

Player Bio
Rob Ian Keogh is an English professional cricketer who plays for Northamptonshire CCC. He is a multi-dimensional cricketer who bats in the middle-order, while an off-break bowler with the ball in hand. The allrounder made his first-class debut in 2012 but announced himself the following summer with a double-hundred against Hampshire.

Born in Dunstable, in 1991, Keogh started playing minor county cricket for Bedfordshire. He graduated and was picked by the Northants to play just a single first-class match, in his maiden season. The next year, he played 8 games and scored his maiden Championship ton versus Hampshire at Southampton. 

Despite establishing himself in the longest format, the Dunstable-born took six seasons to score his maiden List A debut century, against Durham in 2016. Later in the season, he stunned everyone with the ball, too, when Keogh’s off-spinner bagged 13 for 125 against Glamorgan. He had a remarkable Royal London Cup final where he took the wicket of Andre Russell, before finishing the game with the bat. 

Since then, the allrounder has been an integral part of the Northants setup. His breakthrough season came in 2019, when he finished with one of the best bowling averages in the Vitality Blast and with nearly 750 Championship runs. Now, the allrounder has become a vital cog of his club, across all formats, who can win trophies for them, in the coming future. 

(As of May 2021)