Michael Kenneth Munday

Role All Rounder
Born Oct 22, 1984
Nationality England England
Team History
Somerset County Cricket Club Somerset County 2005 - 2010
Oxford University Cricket Club Oxford University 2003 - 2006
Cornwall County Cricket Club Cornwall County 2001

Michael Kenneth Munday, born on 22th October 1984 in Nottingham, is a professional English cricketer. Currently he plays for the Somerset County Cricket Club. He has also been associated with teams like Cornwall and Oxford MCCU.

Michael Munday, who bowls legbreaks, made his first-class debut for Oxford in a match against Middlesex. He made an impact with the wickets like Andrew Strauss and Owais Shah. In 2004, he was a part of two Under-19 Tests played against Bangladesh in 2004. His debut for Somerset came in 2005. He played for the team in 2006 also but he has yet to be a regular part of the team. Munday played A-grade cricket by becoming a member of the Glenelg Cricket Club in Australia in the 2006 winter season where he also continued to be trained under the leg-spin coach, Terry Jenner.

Munday has a first-class honors degree in Chemistry. He also has a keen interest in chess. His other interests include swimming and reading. Apart from cricket, Munday is also an ardent Liverpool FC supporter.

=== Career Highlights ===

Munday’s best bowling figures came in a match for Somerset played against Nottinghamshire 2007, where he took 8 wickets for 55 runs from 16 overs in the 2nd innings of the match.

In 2006, he was instrumental in Oxford’s victory against Cambridge by taking 11 wickets for 143 runs in the match. He also scored 17* in the same match.

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