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Craig Miles

Role:
Bowler
DOB:
20 July 1994 (Age 28)
Height:
6'3
Place of birth:
Swindon, Wiltshire

First Class Career Stats

73

Matches

272

Wickets

27.01

Bowling average

14

5wkt innings

3.76

Economy rate

List A Career Stats

37

Matches

44

Wickets

37.09

Bowling average

1

5wkt innings

6.3

Economy rate

T20 Career Stats

13

Matches

15

Wickets

23.4

Bowling average

0

5wkt innings

7.94

Economy rate

A potent string to the Bears bowling bow

By his own admission, former Gloucestershire seamer Craig knew that he started the 2021 season with the Bears fans jury still out following his move from Gloucestershire in 2018.

That jury is no longer out! Milo enjoyed a magical season, bowling beautifully in red and white-ball cricket. He forced himself to the forefront of the T20 bowling plans while in the championship, his 37 wickets at 21.81 apiece were a huge factor in the Bears lifting the title.

“I played at Edgbaston for the first time in 2018 and the stadium and the whole set-up was so impressive.”

Craig Miles

Craig Miles

Bowler

Then came a spellbinding morning at Lord’s…on the first day of the Bob Willis Trophy, Lancashire were reeling at 12 for six after Milo took out three of the top six for ducks  on his way to five for 28. An I-was-there morning.

The Swindon-born player first came to the Bears’ attention in a championship match for Gloucestershire at Edgbaston in August 2018 when his five-for including the rare, if not unique, feat of dismissing Ian Bell and Jonathan Trott in the same over.

Many more batsmen are destined to suffer at Milo’s hands now that he has found his feet in Birmingham.

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