Toby Bailey (cricketer)
|Full name||Tobin Michael Barnaby Bailey|
28 August 1976 |
|Domestic team information|
Source: Cricinfo, 7 November 2009
Tobin Michael Barnaby Bailey, also known as Toby Bailey, (born 28 August 1976, Kettering, England) was an English cricketer who played for the cricket team of Northamptonshire between 1996 and 2004. He was a wicket keeper.
For most of his early career, Bailey was an understudy to the regular long serving Wicket keeper, David Ripley. When David retired in 2001, Bailey took the first team duties for 3 years until Gerard Brophy arrived in 2004 and took his place due to him having the better Batting abilities. Toby was released at the end of that season. During his time at Northants, he was involved in a bust up with team-mate Russell Warren, in which Russell started dating Bailey's fiancée, Warren was eventually forced out of the club after protests from other members of the squad.
He now coaches Scottish club side Carlton CC. 
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