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Brett Hutton

ENG31 yrs
batting styleAll Rounder
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Brett Hutton Recent Form

Batting

NOTS vs SOM, First class20 (31)
NOTS vs ESS, First class0 (1)
NOTS vs ESS, First class0 (3)
NOTS vs MDX, First class17 (34)
NOTS vs MDX, First class26 (35)
NOTS vs KT, First class84 (130)
NOTS vs KT, First class31 (101)
NOTS vs LANCS, LIST A17 (24)
NOTS vs MDX, LIST A10 (5)
NOTS vs SUR, LIST A2 (3)

Bowling

NOTS vs SOM, First class1-65
NOTS vs ESS, First class3-73
NOTS vs ESS, First class0-52
NOTS vs MDX, First class5-94
NOTS vs MDX, First class2-38
NOTS vs LANCS, First class1-46
NOTS vs KT, First class2-79
NOTS vs LANCS, LIST A1-19
NOTS vs MDX, LIST A2-35
NOTS vs SUR, LIST A2-45

Brett Hutton Carrer Stats

Teams played for

England U19s Nottinghamshire Northamptonshire

About Brett Hutton

NameBrett Hutton
GenderMale
Birth6 Feb 1993
Birth PlaceDoncaster, Yorkshire
Height5 ft 10 in
NationalityEnglish

An explosive all-rounder, Brett Hutton is a graduate of Nottinghamshire Academy who bowls medium pace and is an aggressive lower-order batsman. Hutton made his first appearance for the County in 2006 at the u-13s level and gradually progressed into the second XI in 2010 before making his first-class debut in 2011.... continue reading

Player Bio

An explosive all-rounder, Brett Hutton is a graduate of Nottinghamshire Academy who bowls medium pace and is an aggressive lower-order batsman. Hutton made his first appearance for the County in 2006 at the u-13s level and gradually progressed into the second XI in 2010 before making his first-class debut in 2011.

Hutton’s first senior appearance came in 2011 against MCC in Abu Dhabi and later that summer, he featured for the England U-19s. After featuring in a handful of matches in 2011 and 2013, he became a regular in the first XI after some useful scores in the seconds. He played in nine matches and took 37 wickets, with the career-best of 5/29 and 10 wickets in the match against Durham in 2015.

After 11 years with the club, the Doncaster-born all-rounder made a shocking move from Nottinghamshire to Northamptonshire after signing a three-year deal with them. Hutton struggled to break into the Notts side at the start of the season, but he finished as the club's leading wicket-taker in the County Championship after getting his chance in the second half of the campaign.

The 28-year old refused to sign a new deal with Northamptonshire in order to return back to Trent Bridge to play for his childhood club. Hutton signed a new deal with the Notts which will see the pacer stay at the club until the end of 2023.

(As of July 2021)