A dynamic wicket-keeper batsman who burst into the britain domestic scene in 2017, Tom Banton may be a rising star for Somerset. Extremely unorthodox with the willow and lightning-quick behind the sticks, he’s already been touted as a possible successor to Jos Buttler. A product of the Warwickshire system and thereafter, the britain U19, Banton’s skill set was explicitly obvious to all or any those that saw him play and he landed a contract at Somerset for the T20 blast within the 2017-18 season. Next year, he debuted in other formats also and has been a daily for his county ever since. At now , Banton looks ready made for white-ball cricket and an outstanding T20 Blast campaign in 2019 showed what proportion he had progressed as a player. It wasn’t just the runs but also the way during which he was manipulating the sector with unconventional strokes that caught the attention . Fittingly, he found himself picked for the national side within the shortest format once they toured New Zealand in late 2019. Still youth in his career but if groomed well, there’s no denying that Banton are going to be England’s next superstar.
He has Played For England U19, Somerset, England, Qalandars, Brisbane Heat, Kolkata Knight Riders, Peshawar Zalmi, Team Moeen, Team Morgan, Team Vince
|Born||Nov 11, 1998 (21 years)|
|Birth Place||Chiltern, Buckinghamshire|
|Batting Style||Right Handed Bat|
|ODI debut||vs South Africa at Newlands, Feb 04, 2020|
|Last ODI||vs Ireland at The Rose Bowl, Aug 04, 2020|
|T20 debut||vs New Zealand at Saxton Oval, Nov 05, 2019|
|Last T20||vs Australia at The Rose Bowl, Sep 08, 2020|
Batting Career Summary
|Brother||Jacques Banton (Brother)|
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