Freddie Bowser2024-07-10T13:08:09+01:00

Freddie Bowser

Date of Birth 17-05-2002
Age 22
NationalityBritish
Player Status Placed (Burnopfield Cricket Club)
Playing Role Batting All-Rounder (Seam)
Bowling Style LA Medium Pace
Batting Style LH Middle Order Bat
Entry Route (AUS/NZ/SA) Working Holiday Visa
Coaching Qualifications ECB Level 1

Freddie Bowser is a skilled all-rounder hailing from Lincoln, currently playing for Burnopfield Cricket Club in the North East Premier League due to university commitments.

As a hard-hitting middle-order batter and a left-arm seam bowler, Freddie adds a valuable change of angle to any team.
Over the past couple of seasons, Freddie's studies have taken priority, limiting his club cricket availability. This prompted his move from his home club to the North East Premier League to reduce travel time.

Despite these commitments, Freddie managed to score over 700 runs over three months last season, including five half-centuries and one century. This season, he has already accumulated over 300 runs, with two half-centuries, all while completing his final university exams.

Now that he has completed his studies, Freddie is looking to travel to Australia or New Zealand this winter to further develop his game. With his all-round capabilities, he is set to provide significant strength and depth to any team, both with the bat and ball.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

Date of Birth 17-05-2002
Age 22
NationalityBritish
Playing RoleBatting All-Rounder (Seam)
Player Status
Bowling Style LA Medium Pace
Batting Style LH Middle Order Bat
Entry Route (AUS/NZ/SA) Working Holiday Visa
Coaching Qualifications ECB Level 1

Freddie Bowser is a skilled all-rounder hailing from Lincoln, currently playing for Burnopfield Cricket Club in the North East Premier League due to university commitments.

As a hard-hitting middle-order batter and a left-arm seam bowler, Freddie adds a valuable change of angle to any team.
Over the past couple of seasons, Freddie's studies have taken priority, limiting his club cricket availability. This prompted his move from his home club to the North East Premier League to reduce travel time.

Despite these commitments, Freddie managed to score over 700 runs over three months last season, including five half-centuries and one century. This season, he has already accumulated over 300 runs, with two half-centuries, all while completing his final university exams.

Now that he has completed his studies, Freddie is looking to travel to Australia or New Zealand this winter to further develop his game. With his all-round capabilities, he is set to provide significant strength and depth to any team, both with the bat and ball.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

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