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David Burton was born on 23 August, 1985 in Stockwell, London, United Kingdom. Discover David Burton's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 35 years old?

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Age 36 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 23 August 1985
Birthday 23 August
Birthplace Stockwell, London, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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He signed and made his debut for Northamptonshire on 16 September 2010 against Leicestershire and took five wickets for 75 from 20 overs in the first innings.


2009 saw Burton play one pre-season match for Kent and one Second Eleven Championship match for Leicestershire. Middlesex asked him to return after they suffered another injury crisis to their bowlers, and as well as playing two Second Eleven Championship matches and taking part in a match against Cardiff UCCE he was selected for a County Championship match against his old team Gloucestershire, and in a Twenty20 match against Sussex. Against Gloucestershire, in what was otherwise a difficult match for the Middlesex players, Burton took 5-68, and against Sussex he took 2-13 off four overs making him Middlesex's top wicket-taker in the match as well as their most economical bowler. These two performances earned him a contract for the remainder of the season.


At the start of the 2008 season, he played three pre-season matches for Kent and another four for Middlesex, and was eventually signed up by the latter. He became a regular in the second XI, playing 11 Championship matches and 4 Trophy matches, and due to injuries to other bowlers got into the first XI for two Twenty20 Cup group stage matches in what turned out to be a competition that Middlesex won. He also played in a first-class match against the touring South Africans. However, he made no further 1st team appearances and was not initially retained for the following season.


In 2007, Burton played five Second Eleven Championship matches and four Second Eleven Trophy matches for Gloucestershire but could not break into the first team and was released at the end of the season.


Burton became a county cricketer after representing four different counties in Second Eleven or friendly matches in 2005 and 2006 (Surrey, Sussex, Essex and Gloucestershire). Whilst at Gloucestershire, he played two Second Eleven matches in the latter part of 2006, taking 5-66 against Derbyshire and 5-76 and 3-60 against Glamorgan and was rewarded by being selected for the First XI in Gloucestershire's last County Championship match of the season against Glamorgan. Coming in at no.10 with the score on 384-8, he scored 52* in a 128-run partnership with Mark Hardinges, Gloucestershire's highest-ever ninth-wicket stand against Glamorgan. He performed poorly in the remainder of the match, bowling 20 wicketless overs for 129 including three wides and fifteen no-balls and was out for 1 in the second innings.


David Burton (born David Alexander Burton, 23 August 1985) is a first-class cricketer, who has played county cricket for Gloucesteshire, Middlesex and Northamptonshire.