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County Championship Division Two 2022 Matches Schedule May 05!

2022 County Championship is a popular 122nd cricket county championship tournament that is rolling out with the matches for the season, The tournament is taking off in England and Wales.

The fixtures are scheduled to roll out from April 07, 2022, to September 29, 2022. It is a league system tournament format of the matches.

The tournament will be rolling out under the administrator England and Wales Cricket Board. The tournament will be kicking off with the matches for the league. Check out the details and the entire schedule for the 2022 County Championship Division Two matches on May 05, 2022.

County Championship Division Two 2022 Match Schedule

There are going to be three matches rolling out for the tournament on May 05. The first fixture takes place at Sophia Gardens, Cardiff between Glamorgan and Leicestershire.

Another fixture takes place at County Ground, Hove between Sussex and Middlesex. The third fixture will be taking off between Worcestershire vs Durham at New Road, Worcester.

MatchesCounty DivDayTime
Glamorgan vs Leicestershire
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
2103:30 PM
Sussex vs Middlesex
County Ground, Hove
2103:30 PM
Worcestershire vs Durham
New Road, Worcester
2103:30 PM

County Championship Division Two 2022 Team Squads

Glamorgan

Callum Taylor, Kiran Carlson, Billy Root, Sam Northeast, Colin Ingram, Marnus Mabuschagne, James Harris, Andrew Salter, Joe Cooke, David Lloyd, Dan Douthwaite, Alex Horton, Chris Cooke, Tom Cullen, Andy Gorvin, Lukas Carey, Ruaidhri Smith, Prem Sisodia, Michael Hogan, Michael, Neser, James Weighell, Tegid Phillips, Timm van der Gugten.

Leicestershire

Rahmatullah Gurbaz, Louis Kimber, Arron Lilley, Ben Mike, Nick Welch, Hassan Azad, Rishi Patel, Sam Evans, Lewis Hill, Sam Bates, Tom Scriven, Colin Ackermann, George Rhodes, Wiaan Mulder, Rehan Ahmed, Will Davis, Nathan Bowley, Chris Wright, Abidine Sakande, Beuran Hendricks, Callum Parkinson, Harry Swindells, Roman Walker, Gavin Griffiths, Naveen-ul-Haq, Alex Evans, Ed Barnes, Roman Walker.

Sussex

Ali Orr, Cheteshwar Pujara, Harrison Ward, James Coles, Tom Clark, Tom Haines, Luke Wright, Delray Rawlins, Josh Phillipe, Tom Hinley, Danial Ibrahim, Fynn Hudson-Prentice, Ravi Bopara, George Garton, Oli Carter, Jack Carson, Aaron Beard, Tymal Mills, Henry Crocombe, Rashid Khan, Mohammad Rizwan, Tom Alsop, Will Beer, Sean Hunt, Jofra Archer, Mason Crane, Ollie Robinson, Geroge Burrows, Jamies Atkins, Archie Lenham, Steven Finn.

Middlesex

Maz Holden, Mark Stoneman, Stephen Eskinazi, Josh de Caires, Eoin Morgan, Robbie White, Jack Davies, Daniel O’Driscoll, Luke Hollman, Marton Andersson, Joe Cracknell, Stephen Handscomb, John Simpson, Tom Helm, Shaheen Afridi, Blake Cullen, Ishaan Kaushal, Toby Greatwood, Thilan Walallawita, Tim Murtagh, Max Harris, Ethan Bamber, Nathan Sowter, Mujeeb Ur Rahman

Worcestershire

Jake Libby, Ed Pollock, Jack Haynes, Tom Fell, Colin Munro, Azhar Ali, Taylor Cornell, Josh Dell, Moeen Ali, Brett D’Oliveria, Ed Barnard, Ben Gibbon, Ben Cox, Gareth Roderick, Dwayne Bravo, Jacques Banton, Ed Barnard, Dillon Pennington, Joe Leach, Adam Finch, Mitchell Stanley, Pat Brown, Josh Baker, Charlie Morris, Josh Tongue.

Durham

Graham Clark, Sean Dickson, Keegan Petersen, Jonathan Bushnell, Scott Borthwick, Tom Mackintosh, Michael Jones, Ashton Turner, Ned Eckersley, David Bedingham, Liam Trevaskis, Ben Raine, Ben Stokes, Luke Doneathy, Paul Coughlin, Ashton Turner, Brydon Carse, Oli Gibson, Matty Potts, Matt Salisbury, Chris Rushworth, Jack Campbell, George Drissell, Harry Crawshaw.

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