Left-arm spinner Neil Kendrick spent two years on Glamorgan`s staff as the Club’s second spinner behind Robert Croft, having previously played for Surrey between 1988 and 1994.
The Londoner made his Glamorgan debut on the Welsh county`s pre-season tour to South Africa in 1994/95, and subsequently took 46 wickets for his new employers, often in tandem with Robert Croft, besides proving himself to be a steady lower middle-order batsman, striking a defiant half-century against his former employers at The Oval during 1995.
The emergence of Dean Cosker prompted Neil’s release at the end of the 1996 season. He subsequently played Minor County cricket for Berkshire in 1997 as well as appearing for the Surrey Cricket Board in 1999, before taking up a teaching post at Whitgift School in Croydon.
KENDRICK, Neil Michael
Born – Bromley, 11th November 1967.
Best performances for Glamorgan:
In first-class cricket – 59 v Surrey at The Oval, 1995; 4/70 v Kent at Tunbridge Wells, 1995.