Tom Lungley

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Tom Lungley
Personal information
Full nameTom Lungley
Born (1979-07-25) 25 July 1979 (age 40)
Derby, Derbyshire, England
Height6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
BattingLeft-hand
BowlingRight-arm medium
RoleBowler
Domestic team information
YearsTeam
20002010 Derbyshire
2009 (on loan) Lancashire
Career statistics
Competition FC LA T20
Matches558130
Runs scored885396107
Batting average 14.5011.3113.37
100s/50s0/10/00/0
Top score504525
Balls bowled7,4213,124475
Wickets 1498930
Bowling average 32.1030.7421.46
5 wickets in innings 301
10 wickets in match0n/an/a
Best bowling5/204/285/27
Catches/stumpings 25/21/8/
Source: Cricinfo.com, 25 August 2015

Tom Lungley (born 25 July 1979) is an English first-class cricketer and umpire. He is a left-handed batsman and a right-arm medium-pace bowler.

During his five seasons at the top of the English game, he played for Derbyshire in List A and Twenty20 cricket. He, however, missed the entire 2004 season after suffering from tendinitis but following their disastrous 2005 season, he turned to the national league, where he played the vast majority of The Phantoms' games.

Lungley was awarded a new contract at Derbyshire for 2006, securing his future for the time being. In a 2007 game against Leicestershire, Lungley bowled career-best figures of 5-20.

In August 2009, Lungley was given a taste of cricket in the first division of the County Championship when he played for Lancashire on loan. At the time, the club's bowling attack had been severely depleted by injuries to Glen Chapple, Steven Cheetham, and Sajid Mahmood and Andrew Flintoff and James Anderson were on England duty. [1]

He stood as an umpire in the first-class match between the Australians and Derbyshire on 23 July 2015. [2]

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References

  1. Cricinfo staff (10 August 2009), Lungley joins Lancashire on loan, Cricinfo , retrieved 11 August 2009
  2. "Australia tour of England and Ireland, Tour Match: Derbyshire v Australians at Derby, Jul 23-25, 2015". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 23 July 2015.