Right-Handed Batsman, Right-Arm Leg Break Bowler
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Correct as of the end of the 2015 Season
Max played through the Somerset age groups whilst he was a pupil at Millfield School, where he had a successful career, ending up as Captain of the First Team.
In 2007 and 2008 he played for Somerset Seconds where he bowled his leg breaks with considerable success and made his first team debut the following season in the 2009 Twenty20 competition and played in 10 matches before making his Championship debut and playing in four matches.
Max was awarded a two year contract and spent the winter of 2009-10 on the ECB Performance Programme.
In 2010 and 2011 Max didn’t play any Championship cricket, but appeared in eight CB40 and fifteen T20 matches.
In 2011 Max was named the Second XI Player of the Year. In 2012 he played in 3 First Class matches taking his best bowling analysis of 3 for 33 against Cardiff MCCU at Taunton Vale. He also claimed his best T20 figures of 4 for 16.
In 2013 Max didn’t play any first class cricket, but appeared in nine YB40 matches, hitting a career best score of 25 not out to help steer Somerset to victory over Glamorgan at Taunton and he took a career best 3 for 39 against Middlesex, also at Taunton. Max also appeared in ten T20 matches.
In 2014 Max played in twelve T20 matches in which he took 10 wickets.
2015 saw Max appearing in four List A games in which he took five wickets at 22 runs each and 12 T20 matches taking 9 wickets with a best of 3 for 17.
Max signed a new two-year contract at the end of the 2015 season
Somerset Career Record
Batting and Fielding Averages