James Tredwell

James Tredwell

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James Cullum Tredwell (born 27 February 1982 in Ashford, Kent) is an English cricketer. A left-handed batsman and a right-arm off break bowler, he plays his domestic cricket for Kent County Cricket Club. He made his debut for Kent in the 2001 season, just nine days before his first appearance for England Under-19s.

He has been part of the one-day set-up for Kent since 2002, but did not secure a regular place in the first-class County Championship team until 2007, a year after taking his maiden ten-wicket haul. He was selected as part of the England One Day International (ODI) squad to tour New Zealand in 2007–08, but did not make an appearance, as Graeme Swann was preferred. After impressing during the 2009 season with Kent, helping the team gain promotion back to the first division of the County Championship, he was called up during the course of the winter tour to South Africa to both the ODI and Test squads, to provide cover for injured bowlers.

Early career

Tredwell made three appearances in "Youth Tests" for England's Under-19 cricket team against the West Indies in August 2001. He made his debut in the first Test at Grace Road, Leicester, alongside future Test cricketers James Anderson and Matt Prior.

He was offered a contract with Kent in 2001 after playing for the youth team. He was one of 14 players who were...
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