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Dan Cherry is a Welsh cricketer who was born on 7 February, 1980 in Welsh. He is a right-handed batsman and a right-arm medium-fast bowler. He has represented Wales in the Minor Counties Championship and the MCCA Knockout Trophy. Cherry made his first-class debut for Glamorgan against Gloucestershire in the County Championship in 2003. He has also played for the Welsh Minor Counties in the MCCA Knockout Trophy. Cherry has played in a total of 11 first-class matches, scoring a total of 437 runs at an average of 21.85, with a highest score of 79. He has also taken 11 wickets at an average of 33.45, with best figures of 3/37. Cherry is currently 44 years old. He has a height of 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m). His physical stats are not available. As far as his personal life is concerned, there is no information available about his dating/affairs. He has not revealed any information about his family. Cherry has not revealed his net worth. However, he is estimated to have earned a decent amount of money from his cricket career.
|Daniel David Cherry
|44 years old
|7 February, 1980
|Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
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Cherry was appointed club captain for the 2009 season and responded by amassing a club record 704 runs from 14 innings at an average of 64 again surpassing Bashir Sharif who had scored 692 runs during the 1991 campaign. This included six half centuries and 101 at Pontarddulais. Cherry's prolific form was instrumental in Port Talbot securing fifth place in the 1st Division of the South Wales Cricket Association thus gaining qualification to the inaugural South Wales Premier League for the 2010 season.
In 2008, Cherry and former Glamorgan colleague Ian Thomas (122 not out) shared an unbeaten opening partnership of 206 to defeat Briton Ferry Steel by 10 wickets at The New Mansel ground, Cherry contributing 72 not out.
He lost his first team place midway through the 2006 season before returning to the side towards the end of the season. He played in the early matches again in 2007, but failed to command a regular spot and was released from the county's staff to pursue a new career as a crime analyst.
During 2006, Cherry made the highest score by a Port Talbot Town player in a 1st team match when he scored 179 not out against Dafen from 167 balls eclipsing the previous record of 150 not out set by Bashir Sharif in 1993. During this innings, he was involved in an unbeaten second wicket partnership of 239 with Dean Cox, an all time record for the club in a 1st team league match.
Since 2005, Cherry has played for Port Talbot Town in the South Wales Cricket Association. To date, he has played 71 matches, scoring 3003 runs at an average of 54.60 including six centuries. He has also taken 25 wickets at an average of 28.60.
He was prolific for the 2nd XI in 2004 and fought his way back into the first team in the latter part of the season while a back injury to Matthew Elliott on the morning of Glamorgan's match against Surrey CCC in May 2005 led to his hasty inclusion. He retained his place in the side, scored his maiden first class fifty against Sussex and recorded both his maiden Championship hundred and double-hundred in the 1st innings of Glamorgan's match against Middlesex CCC at Southgate. His score of 226 is the 14th highest in the history of the club, and only eight batsmen have ever made larger scores.
Cherry debuted for the Glamorgan 2nd XI in 1998 due to a spate of injuries to the Glamorgan team, and subsequently left to read history at Swansea University. He did not appear again until 2002, when he scored a one-day century against Scotland. He struggled to find a consistent place in the first XI in the County Championship and was usually overlooked for one day games, despite his century against Scotland
Cherry featured in another piece of history later in the season when against Swansea at The New Mansel, he and Mark Wallace shared an unbroken partnership of 323 for the 3rd wicket, a record stand for any wicket in the club's history. The Glamorgan wicketkeeper made a breathtaking 216 not out from just 145 balls with 16 fours and 13 sixes while Cherry contributed a more sedate unbeaten 115 from 114 balls with 12 fours and two sixes.