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Will Rhodes

Role:
All Rounder
DOB:
2 March 1995 (Age 29)
Height:
6'1
Place of birth:
Nottingham

First Class Career Stats

106

Matches

5656

Runs

34.91

Batting avg

96

Wickets

34.61

Bowling avg

List A Career Stats

56

Matches

1470

Runs

31.27

Batting avg

33

Wickets

39.03

Bowling avg

T20 Career Stats

56

Matches

659

Runs

14.64

Batting avg

36

Wickets

20.58

Bowling avg

Skipper steps down

Will Rhodes took the tough decision to step down as Warwickshire captain at the end of the 2023 season, describing his tenure as an “unbelievable honour”.

Rhodes – one of only seven Warwickshire captains to lift the County Championship – had led the senior squad since 2019, just a year after moving from his native Yorkshire.

He’s played a total of 148 games for the Club across all formats, scoring 5,982 runs (including 10 centuries) and taking 107 wickets.

The 28-year-old wants to focus on propelling those figures in 2024 and forcing his way back into the Bears Vitality Blast side.

“I’m looking forward to next season, helping whoever will be the new captain, and hopefully giving them a bit of advice from the experience I’ve gained over the years. And most importantly, collectively pulling together to win as many games as possible for the Club.”

Will Rhodes

Will Rhodes

Rhodes slotted brilliantly into the Bears team in his first season in 2018, forming a rock-solid opening alliance with Dom Sibley.

Able to score quickly, Will is a versatile batsman who also contributes valuably with accurate medium-pace bowling.

One of the youngest ever Bears captains, Will wrote his name into Warwickshire history after leading the side to a sensational double of the County Championship and Bob Willis Trophy in 2021.

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