Squad Number:
44
DOB:
02.05.01
Playing Style:
Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Born:
Dorset, England
Debut:
August 2020 v Kent Spitfires
Best:
4-24 v Somerset (July 2021)
  • Bowling Average58.00
  • Economy9.67
  • Wickets Taken1
  • Batting Average2.00
  • Highest Score2
  • Runs Scored2
  • Bowling Average58.00
  • Economy9.67
  • Wickets Taken1
  • Batting Average2.00
  • Highest Score2
  • Runs Scored2
  • Bowling Average19.33
  • Economy3.41
  • Wickets Taken3
  • Batting Average19.00
  • Highest Score38
  • Runs Scored38
  • Bowling Average27.25
  • Economy3.92
  • Wickets Taken4
  • Batting Average2.50
  • Highest Score4
  • Runs Scored5
  • Bowling Average27.25
  • Economy3.92
  • Wickets Taken4
  • Batting Average2.50
  • Highest Score4
  • Runs Scored5
  • Bowling Average12.84
  • Economy7.87
  • Wickets Taken19
  • Batting Average2.50
  • Highest Score3
  • Runs Scored5
  • Bowling Average27.25
  • Economy3.92
  • Wickets Taken4
  • Batting Average2.50
  • Highest Score4
  • Runs Scored5
  • Bowling Average12.84
  • Economy7.87
  • Wickets Taken19
  • Batting Average2.50
  • Highest Score3
  • Runs Scored5
  • Bowling Average22.00
  • Economy7.14
  • Wickets Taken6
  • Batting Average8.50
  • Highest Score8
  • Runs Scored17
  • Bowling Average25.11
  • Economy5.79
  • Wickets Taken18
  • Batting Average20.33
  • Highest Score43
  • Runs Scored122
  • Bowling Average25.11
  • Economy5.79
  • Wickets Taken18
  • Batting Average20.33
  • Highest Score43
  • Runs Scored122
  • Bowling Average47.00
  • Economy10.44
  • Wickets Taken2

Scott Currie

Bowler

Scott Currie is a right-arm bowler and right-hand batter.

He was born in Poole, Dorset and is a product of Hampshire’s impressive youth system.

Currie grew up as a dual sport athlete and featured for Portsmouth FC’s Academy as a junior, before turning his sole attention to cricket.

After impressing as part of Hampshire Academy, Currie made the seamless transition to the Second XI in 2019, helping them to their first Second XI Championship since 2001.

His development continued during the winter as he received an England U19 call-up for their winter series, making an impact which also led to selection for the side’s 2020 World Cup campaign.

Armed with fresh experience on the international stage and with the COVID-19 pandemic impacting the season schedule in 2020, the right-armer made his full First-Class and T20 debuts, impressing during both competitions. He took figures of 3-42 against Kent on his First-Class debut.

Red ball opportunities were limited for Currie in 2021 but the 20-year-old was crucial for Hampshire Hawks in the run to Finals Day in the Vitality Blast. The tall seamer took a total of 19 wickets from nine matches, including a career best 4-24 against Somerset in July.

Currie also featured during the Royal London One Day Cup campaign, taking a further six wickets in five appearances.

Following the 2021 season, Currie was awarded a three-year contract extension with the Club, keeping him at Utilita Bowl till at least the end of the 2024 season.

He made just three appearances for the Hawks in 2022 as they won their third T20 title, but was a stand-out performer during the Royal London Cup, with 18 wickets at 25.11, while also contributing 122 runs with a top score of 43*, as the side made it to the semi-final stage.

In 2023, Currie again only made white-ball appearances. He took six wickets in five T20 games, while during eight appearances in the Metro Bank One Day Cup he racked up 14 scalps.

In September it was announced that he would go on loan to Leicestershire for the final three County Championship matches.

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