Teams Played For
Worcestershire, Yorkshire, Quetta Gladiators, England Lions, Qalandars
One of the most talented stroke players in the County scene, Tom Kohler-Cadmore played his youth cricket at Yorkshire but it was Worcestershire where Tom KC made his professional debut after moving there on a scholarship and later joined their Academy. The Malvern college alma-mater was named as the Wisden’s Schoolboy Cricketer of the year in 2014.
Tom KC came under the spotlight in 2016 when he scored 127 runs in 54 balls in a T20 Blast game against Durham. To increase his selection chances for the English senior team, he then moved to the Couty giants Yorkshire midway through the 2017 season.
A true member of Lion’s squad, he was recalled back to the team in the 2020 winter and has been a part of the hugely successful tour which saw the side go unbeaten across both the limited-overs and the longer formats.
Ahead of the 2018 edition of the Pakistan Super League, Tom KC was signed by Quetta Gladiators and has been a part of the Franchise’s success over the years. One of the most destructive batsmen in the shortest format, Tom KC is a part of the Northern Superchargers franchise based at Emerald Headingley who will play a 100-ball game per side.
(As of April 2021)