Northamptonshire Player Number: 444
There is photographic evidence in the archives of Graeme looking almost impossibly young as the ‘junior’ member of Northamptonshire’s Academy in 2001, aged just 14. The left-arm spinner from Stowe School made the step-up to first-class cricket with the County five years later but then switched his allegiance to Nottinghamshire in 2010. However, the lure of Wantage Road proved too strong; he returned on loan in 2013 and subsequently re-signed. Graeme enjoyed a terrific season in 2016, culminating in the accolade of national player of the year in the One-Day Cup (after taking 18 wickets with an economy rate of 4.77) and selection for the ‘North v South’ series in the UAE – with a T20 hat-trick and a ‘six-for’ in the Championship win over Glamorgan for good measure.
Graeme White has had successful surgery on a shoulder cartilage and bicep tendon injury that he sustained earlier on this season.
Left arm spinner Graeme White has extended his contract with Northamptonshire, committing him to the Club until the end of the 2019 season.
Graeme White will always have happy memories of Colombo, after relishing a dream England Lions debut in which he took three wickets to play a crucial part in a five-wicket win.
Shehan Jayasuriya starred with bat and ball as England Lions slipped to a third consecutive defeat in their one-day series against Sri Lanka A.
Sri Lanka A took a 2-0 lead in the five-match one-day series against England Lions despite the gutsiest innings yet of Liam Livingstone’s prolific tour.
England Lions were handed a lesson in one-day cricket, sub-continental style as an experienced Sri Lanka A team claimed a comfortable win in the first of their five-match series.
Duckett, Graeme White, Tim Bresnan and Harry Gurney qualified from the North Group, with Dawson, Matt Coles and the Somerset pair Lewis Gregory and Tim Groenewald qualifying from the South Group.
What a season it has been for Northamptonshire slow left-armer Graeme White, as he finishes in pole position at the top of the Professional Cricketers’ Association Most Valuable Player Rankings for the Royal London One Day Cup.
Graeme White and Rob Keogh shared all 20 wickets as Northamptonshire wrapped up a mammoth 318-run win over Glamorgan on the third afternoon at Wantage Road. It was a record runs victory for Northants over Glamorgan.
The buzz currently surrounding Northamptonshire County Cricket Club is showing no sign of slowing down.
Graeme White has signed a two-year deal with Northamptonshire County Cricket Club .
There are just two rounds of matches left in this season’s Royal London One Day Cup to secure places in next year’s new North v South series in the United Arab Emirates.
Northamptonshire booked their place in the quarter finals of the Natwest t20 Blast after a near perfect batting display saw them beat the Birmingham Bears by 74 runs at Wantage Road, Graeme White taking a hat-trick to seal the win.
Northamptonshire slow left-armer Graeme White produced the second best individual performance in 50 overs cricket in the Professional Cricketers’ Association Most Valuable Player Rankings against Lancashire in the Royal London One Day Cup last week.White took a career-best six for 37 – the sixth best List A figures in Northamptonshire’s history - at an economy rate of 3.70 and three of his wickets were top four batsmen.
Graeme White spun Northamptonshire’s Royal London Cup campaign into gear with a career-best six-wicket haul as Lancashire were comfortably beaten by 76 runs at Wantage Road.
Northamptonshire enjoyed the better of a draw in their Second XI Championship match against Leicestershire at Wantage Road.
Graeme White held the innings together as a combined Northamptonshire and Kent Second XI posted a handy total on the opening day of their fixture against Warwickshire at Canterbury.