Tim Ambrose is a wicketkeeper and right handed batsman in the England cricket team. The other teams he has played for are Sussex and Warwickshire.

Tim Ambrose played his first Test match from 5th to 9th March 2008 at Hamilton against New Zealand. In the 1st innings, he took 1 catch and scored 55 runs in 164 balls while batting at the No. 8 position. In the 2nd innings, he took 1 catch and was out for a duck at the No. 7 batting slot. New Zealand won this match by 189 runs. Ambrose debuted in One day International cricket on 15th June 2008 at Chester le Street against New Zealand. He was unbeaten on 1 in 1 ball at the No. 7 batting spot and he took 1 catch. England won this match by 114 runs.

Career Highlights

Team Warwickshire County Cricket Club Warwickshire County Cricket Club
Born 1 Dec 1982
Nationality England England
Team History
Warwickshire County Cricket Club Warwickshire County 2006 - present
England national women's cricket team England national women's 2008
Sussex County Cricket Club 2001 - 2005

In the 10 Test matches which Tim Ambrose has participated in, he has scored 371 runs at a batting average of 24.73 and batting strike rate of 42.74. His highest score was 102 and he hit 1 century, 2 half centuries, 2 sixers and 47 fours. As a wicketkeeper, he has taken 30 catches. In One day Internationals, Ambrose appeared in 5 matches and in these scored 10 runs at a batting strike rate of 29.41 and batting average of 2.50. His highest score was 6 and he has taken 3 catches.

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