Mervyn Westfield

Mervyn Westfield

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Mervyn Simon Westfield (born May 5, 1988 in Romford, Essex) is an English cricketer. He is a right-handed batsman and a right-arm medium-fast bowler who until September 2010 played for Essex County Cricket Club.

Essex career

Westfield played for the first time for Essex in the 2005 County Championship against Durham. He made one appearance in the Second XI Championship before the end of the season, and in 2006, played three matches as Essex reached third in Division Two of the 2006 County Championship.

In May 2010 he was arrested by Essex police in connection with “match irregularities” in the 2009 domestic season, along with teammate Danish Kaneria. The investigations are believed to focus on a NatWest Pro40 match in September 2009 against Durham, which Essex won.

From 2006 onward, Westfield was an irregular feature in the Essex side. During the 2010 County Championship, Westfield was released by Essex after struggling to find a regular place in the first team. Westfield has played as an upper-middle order batsman and as a tailender. He held a first-class bowling average of 37.81 by the time of his release by Essex.

Spot-fixing charges

Following his arrest on suspicion of a spot-fixing irregularity, it was announced on September 15, 2010 by the Crown Prosecution Service that Westfield was to be formally charged with conspiracy to defraud over claims he...
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