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Team flagENG25 yrs
batting styleAll Rounder

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Batting
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11 (17) vs DUR, First class
21 (18) vs DUR, First class
17 (30) vs YORKS, First class
5 (6) *vs HAM, LIST A
12 (27) vs SUS, First class
78 (108) vs SUS, First class
9 (6) *vs GLCS, First class
2 (10) vs ESS, LIST A
26 (28) *vs HAM, LIST A
20 (15) *vs LANCS, LIST A
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Career Stats

T20-Blast
Matches6
Innings5
Runs38
100s0
50s0
HS18
SR100.00
Avg7.60
Fours4
Sixes1
Duck outs--
Rank--
Debut:Leicestershire v Durham Grace Road, Leicester, United Kingdom, 9-6-2023

Teams played for

England U19 Hampshire

About Tom Scriven

NameTom Scriven
GenderMale
Birth18 Nov 1998
Birth PlaceOxford
NationalityEnglish

Tom Anthony Rhys Scriven is a true all-rounder, as he is a quality right-arm medium-fast and an equally brilliant batsman. He is a former England Under-19 player who represented them during the 2018 Youth World Cup, and also a regular Hampshire representee. ... continue reading

Player Bio

Tom Anthony Rhys Scriven is a true all-rounder, as he is a quality right-arm medium-fast and an equally brilliant batsman. He is a former England Under-19 player who represented them during the 2018 Youth World Cup, and also a regular Hampshire representee. 

Born in Oxford, Scriven is a graduate of the Hampshire Academy, before making it into their Second XI in 2018, aged 18 years. He also played for the county at various age-group levels, before breaking into the national U-19 team in 2017. 

The following year, the allrounder played a lively part for England during the U19 World Cup, as he batted and bowled brilliantly during the competition. 

In August 2018, the teenager received a surprise entry to the first XI to make his T20 debut against Gloucestershire in the 2018 t20 Blast. The next year, he booked a rookie contract for Hampshire during the 2020 season. 

The Oxford-born then made his first-class debut against Surrey, in a Covid-19 interrupted season, during the 2020 Bob Willis Trophy. He made his List A debut in the 2021 Royal London One-Day Cup, versus Essex. 

Scriven has shown his class with both bat and ball, in his brief cricketing career, thus far. The allrounder has shown all the ingredients to become a vital part of the Hampshire circuit and then of England, sooner or later.

(As of September 2021)