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Meet Graeme White

Date of Birth
18.04.1987
Nationality
British
Shirt No
87
Batting Style
N/A
Bowling Style
Left Slow Arm - Orthodox
Nickname
Whitey
Career Best
6/44 Vs Glamorgan

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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.

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'HODGE' TO BE REMEMBERED WITH NEW AWARD

A new award in memory of former Northamptonshire fast bowler Alan Hodgson will be presented for the first time later this year

DAY TWO | NCCC THRASH GLAMORGAN IN TWO DAYS

Ben Sanderson led Northamptonshire to a mighty win over Glamorgan inside two days at Wantage Road with four second-innings wickets as Northants won by an innings and 22 runs to begin the 2017 season in the perfect fashion. Northants took a 209-run first-innings lead in the morning session and wrapped up victory after tea, dismissing Glamorgan for 187 in their second-innings. Northants took until August to win a County Championship match last season but here, got off the mark at the first att

DAY ONE | KLEINVELDT ROARS AGAINST GLAMORGAN

Rory Kleinveldt took three wickets and smashed a 23-ball fifty as Northamptonshire dominated the opening day of the Specsavers County Championship season. Kleinveldt first helped fire out Glamorgan for just 101 before going to a rapid fifty as Northants closed 268 for 6, a lead of 167.

Duckett named most promising young cricketer of the year for 2016

After his hugely successful season in 2016, culminating in selection for England at both Test match and ODI level, Ben Duckett has been awarded the The Cricket Society’s Most Promising Young Cricketer of the Year award.

Made Of Steel: Episode 8

Ever wanted to know how the current T20 Champions train?

CLUB CAPTAIN EXTENDS HIS CONTRACT

Alex Wakely has signed a two-year extension to his contract, keeping him at Northamptonshire CCC until the end of the 2019 season. The new deal will see Wakely’s stay at the club reach the 15-year mark, after graduating from the academy at Wantage Road

WAKELY TON ROUNDS OFF RUN-FEST

Alex Wakely hit the sixth individual century of the match as Northamptonshire drew their first-class season-opener against Loughborough MCCU after a record-breaking day at Wantage Road

DUCKETT NAMED AS ONE OF WISDEN'S FIVE CRICKETERS OF THE YEAR

Northamptonshire’s Ben Duckett has been named as one of Wisden’s Five Cricketers of the Year for his performances in 2016. Ben is honoured in the 154th edition of the famous Almanack – ‘the cricketers’ bible’ – published today.

TWO MORE TONS AS LOUGHBOROUGH MAKE HAY

Charlie Thurston and Nitish Kumar followed Rob Newton and Adam Rossington to the century mark as batsmen continued to dominate on the second day of the County's first-class friendly against Loughborough MCCU.

NEWTON AND ROSSINGTON OPEN SEASON IN STYLE

Rob Newton and Adam Rossington both hit centuries as Northamptonshire piled on the runs against Loughborough MCCU in the opening first-class fixture of the season at Wantage Road

AZHARULLAH SET TO MISS START OF SEASON WITH ANKLE INJURY

An ankle injury is likely to keep Azharullah out of the first few Specsavers County Championship matches of the season.

TAYLOR AND SALES JOIN THE COACHING LINE UP

We are delighted to welcome former England international and Notts batsman, James Taylor to the club to assist the coaches on a consultancy basis for the Royal London One Day Cup Competition.

ANOTHER DAY OF HANDY PRACTICE AT EDGBASTON

Northamptonshire enjoyed another day's useful bowling and batting practice against Warwickshire at Edgbaston on Wednesday

KEOGH SHINES AT EDGBASTON

Rob Keogh held Northamptonshire together following a top-order collapse on the opening day of the County's two-day friendly against Warwickshire at Edgbaston

Match Report | MCC v Middlesex Day Two

Somerset's Lewis Gregory and Craig Overton starred with bat and ball as the MCC continued their impressive showing in the Champion County game in Abu Dhabi, even though their fast bowling colleague Liam Plunkett sat out the day with a sore calf. In all, 16 wickets fell on the second day, which MCC closed seven down in their second innings with a lead of 298 runs.

Match Report | MCC v Middlesex Day One

MCC captain Alex Lees and England batsman Ben Duckett shared a sprightly stand of 109 in 22 overs, full of attacking strokes, before both fell to the left-arm spin of Ravi Patel either side of lunch.

CROOK ALL SET FOR SEASON KICK OFF

Northamptonshire allrounder Steven Crook is confident of a return to peak fitness as he prepares for the start of the new county season on 7 April.

MATCH REPORT | NORTHANTS V HAMPSHIRE DAY 2

Northamptonshire wrapped up their pre-season tour of Barbados with a handy work-out against Hampshire at Windward CC on Tuesday

UPDATE | NORTHANTS V HAMPSHIRE

Northamptonshire and Hampshire are looking to make up for lost time after a rain-affected opening day of their two-day fixture in Barbados

MATCH REPORT | NORTHANTS V CARDIFF MCCU

Northamptonshire survived a scare to edge out Cardiff MCCU by three runs in Saturday's T20 contest on pre-season tour in Barbados

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