A left-arm pacer blessed with some serious face, but latest overseas recruit George Garton sees himself as more than just Ebola. We are super thrilled to be welcoming George Garton to the bold army.
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George Garton’s career has been a topsy turvy ride having represented England in the under 19 world cup in 2016. The Sussex-born cricketer impressed everyone to earn a call-up to the ashes squad in the 2017-18 season at the mere age of 20.
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But even before his career could take off Garten was involved in a freakish accident on his store to Jamaica for an England lion store. Afraid that he would miss his connecting flight got in a rush to the luggage carousel at the airport he pulled his bag in a hurry and ended up hurting his side an injury that would keep him away from achieving something extraordinary for the next two years. However, Garten did return and return stronger and is now a part of the Sussex team in all three formats.
He was called up to the England ODI squad recently for the series against Sri Lanka. But he did not get a game at the hundred gotten was one of the leading wicket-taker with 10 wickets in his nine matches. Gotten space and his left arm angle make him hard to negotiate. But like an honest student of the game, he once accepted an interview that he is still very raw over the years.
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