Netherfield move for kiwi Ingham - 16/03/16

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NETHERFIELD have completed their line-up for 2016 after signing kiwi seamer Daniel Ingham as their Overseas Amateur.

Ingham (23) a promising seam bowling all-rounder who has represented Otago A over the past three years, to include the 2012/13 and 2013/14 National Provincial A tournaments.

He is also a stand-out performer for Dunedin club Albion - a club that can boast international players such as Neil Wagner and the McCullum brothers.

Regarded as one of the strongest club sides in New Zealand, in 2014/25 Albion finished third at the National Club Championships (behind Cornwall and St Albans).

Ingham was the 7th leading wicket-taker during the tournament taking 9 wickets at 18.11, following a prolific season's Premier cricket for the club taking 53 wickets at 13.28.

After his successful summer in New Zealand, the Kiwi seamer headed to the UK and played for Southend-on-Sea & EMT in Division 1 of the Essex Cricket League.

He enjoyed another productive season taking 24 wickets at 28.50, but also impressed with the bat, to include a crucial century (104) amongst 340 runs at 37.78 as the club finished a close third in the division.

Netherfield Captain Ben Barrow spoke of his delight after the Club completed the signing:

“We are pleased to announce the signing of Daniel Ingham. He has represented Otago A along with a number of other sides. He has been recommended from a number of contacts including our new professional Tom Bruce. As soon as we had word that he was available we acted on this. Tom and Daniel will be living together so knowing each other makes this easier. Daniel is an opening bowler who bowls with decent pace and swings the ball. He is also more than useful with the bat. He has taken lots of wickets at home for his club and representative sides as well as plenty of runs from the lower middle order".

 

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