Tim Bresnan

Yorkshire and England All-Rounder




Date of Birth



England. Yorkshire, Perth Scorchers, Hobart Hurricanes


Right-hand bat, right-hand fast medium


A powerfully built all-rounder, Tim Bresnan had been tipped for higher honours since he became the youngest player in 20 years to represent Yorkshire when he debuted in 2001.

Now a veteran of over 120 international matches, he is a valued contributor with bat and ball across all formats. The ultimate team man, highlights include England’s T20 World Cup win in the West Indies in 2010 and home and away Ashes victories. His heroic performance with the ball in Melbourne in 2011 is perhaps the individual performance for which he is most lauded.

A linchpin of the Yorkshire side that dominated the County Championship with back-to-back titles in 2014 and 2015, Tim enjoyed his best first class season in 2015 with almost 900 runs and 47 wickets. Yorkshire were unable to retain the title for a third season in 2016, but during the final game at Lords against the side that would take their crown, Middlesex, his unbeaten 142 will remain a innings long remembered by Yorkshire faithful supporters.

In BBL 2016/17 he played a prominent role in helping Perth Scorchers achieve victory, beating Sydney Sixers in the final. He had an earlier stint with Hobart Hurricanes in 2015.

A long-time crowd favourite at Headingley, he was appointed Vice-Captain at Yorkshire CCC at the start of the 2017 season.

Tim has a strong social media presence and is an excellent pundit, with strong experience both as an after-dinner speaker and MC.

Available for media and ambassadorial work and  personal appearances.

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