James Pyemont

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James Patrick Pyemont (born 10 April 1978) is an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and a right-arm offbreak bowler.

Born in Eastbourne, Sussex, Pyemont was educated at Tonbridge School and Trinity Hall, Cambridge.[1] He played cricket for Derbyshire and Sussex, as well as Cambridge UCCE and Cambridge University during a five-year top-level career. His match-best bowling figures are 4/101, at an average of just under 62.

In his first match in 1999, he was dismissed for a golden duck in both of his first two innings. His father is Chris Pyemont, a former blue in cricket and field hockey for Cambridge University, and headmaster of St Bede's Preparatory School, Eastbourne, before the role was taken by its current headmaster.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CUCC Captains". Cambridge University Cricket Club.