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Ben Coad

ENG30 yrs
batting styleright-arm fast-medium Bowler
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Ben Coad Recent Form

Batting

YORKS vs DBS, First class1 (6)
YORKS vs SUS, First class4 (6)
YORKS vs SUS, First class0 (2)
YORKS vs MDX, First class38 (29)
YORKS vs MDX, First class24 (18)
YORKS vs GLCS, First class8 (9)
YORKS vs LEIC, First class3 (16)
YORKS vs LEIC, First class6 (9)
YORKS vs GLM, First class4 (10)
YORKS vs DBS, First class0 (5)
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Bowling

YORKS vs DBS, First class1-9
YORKS vs DBS, First class6-30
YORKS vs SUS, First class3-37
YORKS vs SUS, First class3-46
YORKS vs GLM, First class0-42
YORKS vs GLM, First class1-30
YORKS vs DBS, First class1-61
YORKS vs MDX, First class2-20
YORKS vs MDX, First class4-59
YORKS vs GLCS, First class3-43
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Ben Coad Carrer Stats

Teams played for

Yorkshire

About Ben Coad

NameBen Coad
GenderMale
Birth10 Jan 1994
Birth PlaceHarrogate, Yorkshire
NationalityEnglish

“I’m seeing signs of what I used to see with Ryan Sidebottom – real genius”, Andrew Gale said about Ben Coad. Coad is a Yorkshire-based seamer who has a lot of talent and promise, has been a potent weapon with the new ball, since his debut in 2013. Coad’s performances and numbers will always make you wonder why he hasn’t yet received an English call-up. ... continue reading

Player Bio

“I’m seeing signs of what I used to see with Ryan Sidebottom – real genius”, Andrew Gale said about Ben Coad. Coad is a Yorkshire-based seamer who has a lot of talent and promise, has been a potent weapon with the new ball, since his debut in 2013. Coad’s performances and numbers will always make you wonder why he hasn’t yet received an English call-up. 

The Yorkshire-born has been a product of Yorkshire Academy, he has represented their U-15s, U-17s, and second XI, before making his first XI debut in 2015. However, the seamer made his White Rose debut during the Pro40 league in 2013. A year later, he signed a six-week sponsorship at the Darren Lehmann Academy in Adelaide. 

The pacer remained on the fringes for Yorkshire for four seasons, before nailing down some impressive performances. In 2017, he claimed 50 County Championship wickets and was named the Members’ and Players’ Player of the Year. He followed his breakthrough season with 48 wickets, in 2018. While Coad finished as White Rose’s third-highest wicket-taker in the 2019 Championship, before ending the shortened 2020 edition with 12 scalps. 

At 27, Coad has scalped over 170 first-class wickets at healthy rates. However, his white-ball numbers have been periodical. If one wants to be critical about the Yorkshireman then his Coad’s List-A and T20 numbers can be questioned, but he is too good a bowler to not receive any form of England recognition. 

(As of July 2021)