|Full name||Ross Andrew Whiteley|
13 September 1988 |
Sheffield, Yorkshire England
|Bowling style||Left-arm medium|
|Domestic team information|
|FC debut||24 September 2008 Derbyshire v Leicestershire|
|LA debut||8 September 2008 Derbyshire v Glamorgan|
|Source: CricketArchive, 28 September 2016|
Whiteley was born in Sheffield. He played with the Derbyshire Second XI from the 2006 season, in the Second XI Championship and Trophy. In the 2008 season Whiteley made his List A debut in September in a Pro40 game against Glamorgan followed shortly by his First-class debut against Leicestershire in the County Championship. He also played three Pro40 matches in the 2009 season. He is a left-handed allrounder.
In the 2012 season Whiteley hit the winning runs that promoted Derbyshire as Division 2 winners into Division 1.
On 25 July 2013, Whiteley signed for the remaining 2013 season and a further 3 years with Worcestershire County Cricket Club. Making his debut on 26 July 2013.
Whiteley's brother Adam, two years his senior, played for Derbyshire's Second XI between 2003 and 2007.
Whiteley then produced a powerful innings in a 2015 t20 blast game versus yorkshire in front of the sky sports cameras to win the game for his side . His innings of 91* off 36 balls included a staggering 11 sixes.
On 13 August 2015 Whiteley signed a new 4-year contract with Worcestershire ensuring his future with them him to the summer of 2019.