|Full name||Kevin John Innes|
24 September 1975 |
|Batting style||Right Handed|
|Bowling style||Right Arm Medium Fast|
|Domestic team information|
Source: CricketArchive, 12 June 2010
Kevin John Innes (born 24 September 1975, Wellingborough) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and a right-arm medium-fast bowler who used to play for Northamptonshire and Sussex. He retired in 2005.
Innes started his career at Northamptonshire in 1994 as a teenager. In that season he played for England U19's and played 10 Test and ODI matches. After 7 years but only 21 first-class games at the County Ground, Kevin moved to Sussex in search of regular first team action. While at Sussex, he became the first and only 12th man to score a century as James Kirtley was to return from England duty and take his place half way through the match. After 24 first-class games in just two years, Innes retired due to injury but a year later turned out for Bedfordshire and other local league clubs. Innes returned to Northamptonshire as the Performance Coach/Fielding coach in 2008.
- Williamson, Martin (2003-05-23) Twelfth man who scored a hundred Cricinfo. Retrieved 2010-06-12.