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Dominic Goodman

ENG23 yrs
batting styleAll Rounder
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Dominic Goodman Recent Form

Batting

GLCS vs YORKS, First class1 (23)
GLCS vs YORKS, First class38 (60) *
GLCS vs MDX, First class11 (31)
GLCS vs SUS, First class0 (2)
GLCS vs SUS, First class0 (2)
GLCS vs DBS, First class6 (10)
GLCS vs LEIC, First class1 (10) *
GLCS vs LEIC, First class15 (46)
GLCS vs DUR, First class1 (2) *
GLCS vs DUR, First class0 (2)
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Bowling

GLCS vs YORKS, First class2-60
GLCS vs MDX, First class2-39
GLCS vs MDX, First class3-94
GLCS vs SUS, First class3-79
GLCS vs SUS, First class1-17
GLCS vs DBS, First class2-80
GLCS vs LEIC, First class2-48
GLCS vs LEIC, First class0-32
GLCS vs GLM, First class0-86
GLCS vs DUR, First class4-73
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Dominic Goodman Carrer Stats

Teams played for

Gloucestershire

About Dominic Goodman

NameDominic Goodman
GenderMale
Birth23 Oct 2000
Birth PlaceAshford, Kent
NationalityEnglish

Dominic Charles Goodman is an English cricketer, born on October 23, 2000, in Ashford, Kent. The lanky seam-bowling all-rounder gives the ball a good rip with his right arm and bats as a gritty tailender.
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Player Bio

Dominic Charles Goodman is an English cricketer, born on October 23, 2000, in Ashford, Kent. The lanky seam-bowling all-rounder gives the ball a good rip with his right arm and bats as a gritty tailender.


Goodman completed his schooling at Dr. Challoner's Grammar School in Amersham, where he played cricket for Buckinghamshire at the age-group level. 


In 2017, the young all-rounder wanted to grow as a cricketer and moved east to join Gloucestershire's cricket academy. He also attended Clifton College in Bristol before moving on to the University of Exeter.


The 21-year-old speedster played club cricket for Chesham CC. In 2019, the player moved west to join Bedminster CC. His success around England saw him getting called up to play for Gloucestershire Second XI.


In 2019, the Gloucestershire cricketer made some impactful performances with the Second XIs; the one being standout was his two 3-wicket hauls against Glamorgan and Sussex, which earned him a professional contract with Gloucestershire in 2020.


The Gloucestershire's number 83 made his First-Class debut on April 2021 at Taunton and ended with brilliant match figures of 3/55 off his 25 overs, which also included the price wicket of James Hildreth, and Gloucs cruised their way to an 8-wicket victory. 


So far, the budding seamer has featured in 5 County Championship matches for Gloucestershire and is eying to build a great career ahead.


(As of June 2022)