International Cricket Masters are proud to introduce you to one of Englands finest fast bowlers

Andrew Caddick

Caddick has been consistently destructive as any overseas player, even on the belters at Somerset Taunton. His action was modelled on Richard Hadlee’s, a master in finding bounce and movement.

He retired from one-day cricket after the 2003 World Cup. Despite taking 105 wickets in 1998, he was not wanted for the Ashes tour. But under Nasser Hussain and Duncan Fletcher, Caddick flourished, and formed a strong partnership with Darren Gough that lasted 25 Tests.

Caddick finished the 2007 season as the leading English wicket-taker but, during an injury-plagued 2008 season, finally admitted that his England days were over. He announced he would retire from first-class cricket at the end of 2009 season.

We are privileged to have Andrew Caddick part of our coaching team at the ICM, no doubt his experience in the international arena and also the first class arena will be valuable for our fast bowlers at the ICM academy.

Teams: England & Somerset

Style: Right arm Fast-Med Bowler
Test matches: 62
Test wickets: 234

One day International matches: 54
Wickets: 69

First class matches: 275
First class wickets: 1180