Johnathan Campbell2022-08-10T14:14:15+01:00

Johnathan Campbell

Date of Birth 17/12/1997
Age 24
NationalityZimbabwean
Player Status Available
Playing Role Batting All-Rounder (Spin)
Bowling Style RA Leg Spin
Batting Style LH Middle Order Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams Zimbabwe A, Rangers, Boost Defenders, Speen Ghar Tigers, Rhinos
Coaching Qualifications CSA Level 1

** Available for the UK/EU 2023 season **

Johnathan Campbell is quite the prospect looking to follow in the same footsteps as his father, the legendary Zimbabwean batter, Alistair Campbell.

A promising batting all-rounder in his own right, Campbell has been treading his own path towards professional cricket in recent years, culminating with his first-class debut for the Rangers, with whom he captained throughout the current 2019/20 Logan Cup campaign.

Campbell enjoyed a fine domestic summer, producing notable performances throughout the Logan Cup, to finish with 308 runs at 28 alongside 7 wickets at 31.71.

A charismatic and energetic individual, Campbell is a talented all-rounder, who bats in the middle-order and bowls leg-spin. A player with an incredibly high work ethic and astute cricketing brain, Campbell has honed his skills by playing cricket in South Africa, England, Scotland, and Afghanistan.

He has featured for the Boost Defenders and Speen Ghar Tigers, during their 2017/18 and 2019/20 Premier League, whilst also excelling in club cricket in both South Africa and the UK.

In South Africa, Campbell played for Claremont in the strong Western Province Cricket Association. In his 11 innings, he racked up 323 runs at 45.14, whilst developing his trade at the Gary Kirsten Academy in Cape Town.

He returned to Zimbabwe to play for the Rhinos in 2020/21, and whilst he only played a solitary red-ball match, he was a key performer in List A cricket, averaging 23.75 and 26.57 with bat and ball respectively. He did, however, go on to feature for the Rhinos in all 6 Logan Cup matches during the 2021/22 season hitting 258 runs at 21.50 alongside 10 wickets at 34.70.

Campbell enjoyed a productive Pro50 competition too, hitting 176 runs at 58.66 to catapult him towards Zimbabwe A honours. In May 2022, he featured for the A side on their tour to Nepal.

In the UK, he has featured for clubs including Wallasey, Helensburgh (Scotland), Widnes, and Sandford. After two productive stints with the Cheshire club (Widnes), including the 2019 "Player of the Year" award, he spent last summer down south playing for Sandford in the strong Devon League (316 runs at 35.11 and 11 wickets at 39.36).

The talented Zimbabwean all-rounder is now pushing for international selection courtesy of his domestic exploits. He is, though, eager to spend another season abroad in the UK 2023 season.

Team (Season) Mts Inns NO Runs HS Ave Ovs Runs Wkts BB Avg
Sandford (2021) 12 11 2 316 85* 35.11 92.3 433 11 3/58 39.36
Widnes (2019) 25 24 1 803 116 34.91 41 217 6 3/13 36.17
Widnes (2018) 25 22 4 515 67* 28.61 129.5 602 24 3/57 25.08
Helensburgh (2017) 9 9 0 522 91 58.00 84 362 24 6/9 15.08
Wallasey (2016) 6 6 3 129 50* 43.00 31.4 148 10 7/22 14.80
Date of Birth 17/12/1997
Age 24
NationalityZimbabwean
Player StatusAvailable
Playing RoleBatting All-Rounder (Spin)
Player Status Available
Bowling Style RA Leg Spin
Batting Style LH Middle Order Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams Zimbabwe A, Rangers, Boost Defenders, Speen Ghar Tigers, Rhinos
Coaching Qualifications CSA Level 1

** Available for the UK/EU 2023 season **

Johnathan Campbell is quite the prospect looking to follow in the same footsteps as his father, the legendary Zimbabwean batter, Alistair Campbell.

A promising batting all-rounder in his own right, Campbell has been treading his own path towards professional cricket in recent years, culminating with his first-class debut for the Rangers, with whom he captained throughout the current 2019/20 Logan Cup campaign.

Campbell enjoyed a fine domestic summer, producing notable performances throughout the Logan Cup, to finish with 308 runs at 28 alongside 7 wickets at 31.71.

A charismatic and energetic individual, Campbell is a talented all-rounder, who bats in the middle-order and bowls leg-spin. A player with an incredibly high work ethic and astute cricketing brain, Campbell has honed his skills by playing cricket in South Africa, England, Scotland, and Afghanistan.

He has featured for the Boost Defenders and Speen Ghar Tigers, during their 2017/18 and 2019/20 Premier League, whilst also excelling in club cricket in both South Africa and the UK.

In South Africa, Campbell played for Claremont in the strong Western Province Cricket Association. In his 11 innings, he racked up 323 runs at 45.14, whilst developing his trade at the Gary Kirsten Academy in Cape Town.

He returned to Zimbabwe to play for the Rhinos in 2020/21, and whilst he only played a solitary red-ball match, he was a key performer in List A cricket, averaging 23.75 and 26.57 with bat and ball respectively. He did, however, go on to feature for the Rhinos in all 6 Logan Cup matches during the 2021/22 season hitting 258 runs at 21.50 alongside 10 wickets at 34.70.

Campbell enjoyed a productive Pro50 competition too, hitting 176 runs at 58.66 to catapult him towards Zimbabwe A honours. In May 2022, he featured for the A side on their tour to Nepal.

In the UK, he has featured for clubs including Wallasey, Helensburgh (Scotland), Widnes, and Sandford. After two productive stints with the Cheshire club (Widnes), including the 2019 "Player of the Year" award, he spent last summer down south playing for Sandford in the strong Devon League (316 runs at 35.11 and 11 wickets at 39.36).

The talented Zimbabwean all-rounder is now pushing for international selection courtesy of his domestic exploits. He is, though, eager to spend another season abroad in the UK 2023 season.

Team (Season) Mts Inns NO Runs HS Ave Ovs Runs Wkts BB Avg
Sandford (2021) 12 11 2 316 85* 35.11 92.3 433 11 3/58 39.36
Widnes (2019) 25 24 1 803 116 34.91 41 217 6 3/13 36.17
Widnes (2018) 25 22 4 515 67* 28.61 129.5 602 24 3/57 25.08
Helensburgh (2017) 9 9 0 522 91 58.00 84 362 24 6/9 15.08
Wallasey (2016) 6 6 3 129 50* 43.00 31.4 148 10 7/22 14.80
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