Craig Meschede

Full name:Craig Anthony Joseph Meschede
Born:21st November 1991, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa
Batting:Right-hand batsman
Bowling:Right-arm medium-fast
Education:King's College, Taunton
Teams:Somerset (Main FC: 2011-2014); Glamorgan (Main FC: 2015); Somerset (Main ListA: 2011-2014); Glamorgan (Main ListA: 2015); Somerset (Main Twenty20: 2010/11-2014); Glamorgan (Main Twenty20: 2015); All teams
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics

2015 Profile
Glamorgan welcome Craig Meschede for 2015 on a season-long loan from the West Country side. The Johannesburg-born all-rounder, with a German father, attended King’s College, Taunton before appearing in age-group teams for Somerset and progressing onto the county’s academy. He made his first-class debut against Sussex at Hove in 2011, besides later in the season claiming the prized scalp of Sachin Tendulkar as his maiden wicket. Also in 2011, Craig showed his explosive talents with the bat by striking a whirlwind 53 from just 28 balls as he helped Somerset defeat Glamorgan in a Twenty20 contest at Taunton. During 2013 he played in every one-day fixture for Somerset and took career-best figures of 4/5 against Leicestershire in the Yorkshire Bank40 competition in Taunton, in addition to striking an unbeaten 40 against Glamorgan at the same ground with his match-winning salvo including three fours and two sixes in an over against Simon Jones to see the West Country side to victory. His appearances in 2014 were limited, and the promising all-rounder has agreed a loan deal with Glamorgan for 2015.
Profile DateLine: 24th March 2015 by Glamorgan Cricket Archive

First-Class Career Batting and Fielding (2011-2015)
First-Class Career Bowling (2011-2015)

List A Career Batting and Fielding (2011-2015)
List A Career Bowling (2011-2015)

Twenty20 Career Batting and Fielding (2010/11-2015)
Twenty20 Career Bowling (2010/11-2015)





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