Michael Carberry

Michael Carberry

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Michael Carberry

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Michael Alexander Carberry (born 29 September 1980 in Croydon) is an English cricketer. He is a left-handed opening batsman and a right-arm off break bowler who currently plays for Hampshire County Cricket Club in the English County Championship.

After a call-up to the England Test squad in December 2009 for the Test series in South Africa, he was then selected for the tour to Bangladesh in March 2010. He made his d├ębut in the first Test, making scores of 30 and 34, but was not chosen for the second Test.

Domestic cricket

Carberry only made one appearance in Surrey's Championship-winning season of 2002, having previously represented England Under-19s at the 2000 Cricket World Cup. He moved to Kent in 2003 and in his first season scored over 600 first-class runs. In 2005 he made only one first-class appearance, but made 10 appearances in the totesport League. In the Twenty20 cup he excelled, playing three games with an 80.66 average. He left Kent at the end of the 2005 season and joined Hampshire on a two-year contract.

Carberry's move to Hampshire proved a positive one. In his first season with the club Carberry scored 938 runs at an average of 36.07, which included two centuries against Warwickshire and Middlesex.

In the 2007 County Championship Carberry scored 1,067 runs at an average of 50.80, with a high score of 192*. This was Carberry's best season in first-class cricket, with Carberry being named Hampshire Cricket Society Player of the Year for his...
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