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Full Name  Scott George Borthwick
Born  (1990-04-19) 19 April 1990 (age 27)
Birth Place  Sunderland, England
Relations  David Borthwick (uncle)
Name   Scott Borthwick
National team  England
Batting style  Left-handed
Bowling style  Right-arm leg break

Current teams  England cricket team (#37), Durham County Cricket Club (#16)

Scott Borthwick (Cricketer)
Runs scored5183,215386
Batting average2.509.0033.1414.84
Top score41521680
Balls bowled78546,7211,548
Bowling average20.5032.8338.07
5 wickets in innings020
10 wickets in matchn/an/a0n/a
Best bowling3/336/704/51

Scott George Borthwick (born 19 April 1990) is an English cricketer. He is a left-handed batsman and a leg-break bowler who plays for Durham. He was born in Sunderland.


Borthwick played in the North East Premier League for Philadelphia during the 2005 campaign, and played sporadic matches for Durhams Second XI in 2006. Borthwick played for Durham Academy in the North East Premier League 2007 and 2008 competitions. He also represented Tynemouth Cricket Club, as their Durham contract player for the 2009 season, with his performances safeguarding them from relegation.

Scott Borthwick (Cricketer) in the past

Adam lyth and scott borthwick double tons

Borthwick made his Twenty20 debut for Durham against Lancashire, and despite not batting, he bowled four overs, taking 3–23.

Scott borthwick hails durhams bowlers

In May 2009 Borthwick took two catches while fielding as substitute for England in the second Test against the West Indies at the Riverside Ground.

Borthwick became the youngest player to be hit for 5 consecutive sixes in an over against Essex. The final ball was slightly better – a wide – giving Essex an unlikely victory.

Borthwicks uncle, David, played one List-A match for Northumberland in 1994.

International Career

Scott Borthwick (Cricketer) playing cricket

Borthwick was announced as a member of the England ODI squad for their match against Ireland in August 2011. In the one-off match he scored 15 runs off 9 balls late in Englands innings, and bowled just 1 over, conceding 13 runs. He made his Twenty20 International début on 25 September 2011 in the match against the West Indies. Borthwick was touted in December 2013 as a future Test Cricket bowler by retiring England bowler Graeme Swann, who said:

"Personally, I hope little Scotty Borthwick gets the chance before long. Hes a leg-spinner, hes got a bit of X-factor and he can bat as well."

He was subsequently called up to the England test squad (alongside James Tredwell) in time for the 4th Ashes test as a replacement for Swann.


Scott Borthwick Wikipedia

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