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Dominic Sibley

Dominic Sibley

England

BATSMAN
  • 26 yrs.
  • Right Handed

A prolific run-scorer in domestic cricket, Dominic Sibley is an upcoming English cricketer known for his old-fashioned batting style stuffed with patience, grit, determination and sound technique.


Sibley made his first-class debut aged just 18 years old for Surrey. In just his third

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Personal Information
Born September 5, 1995
Birth Place Epsom, Surrey
Current age 26
Role Batsman
Batting style Right Handed
Bowling style Leg break
ICC Rankings ODI Test T20I
Batting - 67 -
Bowling - -
All Rounder - -
Profile

A prolific run-scorer in domestic cricket, Dominic Sibley is an upcoming English cricketer known for his old-fashioned batting style stuffed with patience, grit, determination and sound technique.


Sibley made his first-class debut aged just 18 years old for Surrey. In just his third first-class match, he broke numerous records on his way to a double century. He became the youngest double-centurion in the history of the County Championship and the second-youngest Englishman to score a first-class double hundred. Ryan Sidebottom was the man to dismiss him but only after he had played a scintillating knock of 242 runs which had already put him in the headlines.


After a couple of off-seasons by Sibley during which Surrey was relegated, people started to think that his knock was a one-off. However, he believed in himself and Surrey also came back to the first division fairly quickly after a much-improved performance. Perhaps unsettled by Surrey's decision to sign Mark Stoneman and Scott Borthwick as top-order competition at the end of 2016, he surprised the club by turning down a new three-year contract during the 2017 season and moved to Warwickshire on loan, much to the frustration of Surrey.


All the hard work eventually paved the way for his international debut when he was included in the Test squad to tour New Zealand. It was a below-average series for the opening batsman but he managed to turn it around in the following away series in South Africa. Dom played some exceptional knocks there, consisting of a fabulous century as he delivered very consistently. In him, England's long search for a solid Test opener appears to be over, however, it's still early days in his career.

Team Rankings

RankTeamPointsRating
1 New Zealand 2764 126
2 India 2987 119
3 Australia 1844 108
4 England 3753 107
5 Pakistan 2481 92
FULL Ranking
RankTeamPointsRating
1 New Zealand 2054 121
2 England 3793 119
3 Australia 3244 116
4 India 3624 113
5 South Africa 2267 103
FULL Ranking
RankTeamPointsRating
1 England 7786 278
2 India 7093 273
3 New Zealand 6048 263
4 Pakistan 8883 261
5 South Africa 6640 246
FULL Ranking

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