James Bracey

England
Age
May 3, 1997 (24 years)
Role
Wicket Keeper
Birth Place
Bristol
Batting Style
Left Handed
Nationality
England
Bowling Style
Right-arm medium

James Bracey is a left-handed batsman of English origin who was born in 1997. He made his first-class debut in 2016 for Gloucestershire against Sussex. Not only does he play as a batsman, but also as a wicket-keeper. His versatility has brought him a List A debut in 2019 when he played for Gloucestershire again, but this time on the 2019 Royal London One-Day Cup.

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Team played

England, Gloucestershire, Loughborough MCCU, England Lions

Test

In June 2019, Bracey was chosen to represent England’s top 30-man team and start preparing for the Test series against the West Indies. Afterwards, he was included in the team as a reserve for the first Test match of the series. In the final Test of the series, James has gotten a chance to play as a substitute fielder, and the match ended up being drawn.

In late 2020 and at the beginning of 2021, he was chosen to be one of 7 reserve players for the Test series against Sri Lanka and India.

ODI

There is no information about James Bracey and ODI.

T20

James’s T20 debut was also in 2019 when Gloucestershire played against Glamorgan in the 2019 T20 Blast.

Records and Facts

In 2017 James managed to set one of the top Gloucestershire batting averages. He set his personal record which is 156 against Glamorgan in Cardiff.