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Michael Gough (cricketer)

Michael Gough
Personal information
Full name Michael Andrew Gough
Born (1979-12-18) 18 December 1979
Hartlepool, England
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm off-break
Role Opening batsman
Relations MP Gough (father)
Domestic team information
Years Team
1998–2003 Durham
First-class debut 13 May 1998 Durham v Essex
Last First-class 13 August 2003 Glamorgan
List A debut 13 June 1999 Durham v Sussex
Last List A 7 May 2003 Durham v Berkshire
Umpiring information
ODIs umpired 21 (2013–2015)
T20Is umpired 5 (2013–2015)
FC umpired 53 (2006–2011)
LA umpired 34 (2007–2011)
Career statistics
Competition FC LA
Matches 67 49
Runs scored 2952 974
Batting average 25.44 23.75
100s/50s 2/15 1/3
Top score 123 132
Balls bowled 2486 1136
Wickets 30 21
Bowling average 45.00 45.09
5 wickets in innings 1 0
10 wickets in match 0
Best bowling 5/66 3/26
Catches/stumpings 57/– 14/–
Source: CricketArchive, 11 October 2014

Michael Gough (born 18 December 1979) is a retired English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and a right-arm off-break bowler. Having played in two Youth Test matches in 1997, he impressed enough to become a fully fledged member of the Durham side of 1998, having previously been an occasional member of their Second XI side, and carrying on in this role for five more years.

In his debut in Second XI cricket, he finished his first innings admirably, but went out in the second innings for a duck. Gough played in eleven Youth Test Matches, debuting in South Africa in December 1997, in a match which ended up as a draw having seen England Under-19s follow on from 130 runs behind. He subsequently played against Pakistan, New Zealand and Australia Under-19s.

Gough umpired in the Second XI Championship and in the Second XI trophy, officiating his first game in April 2006.[1]

He has umpired in sixteen ODI games and five Twenty20 Internationals since 2013.[2] He was selected as one of the twenty umpires to stand in matches during the 2015 Cricket World Cup.[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ Umpire Michael Gough named Cricketing Umpire of the Year.Sunday Sun, Alastair Craig, Oct 9 2011.
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External links

  • Player profile: Michael Gough from ESPNcricinfo
  • Michael Gough at Cricket Archive
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