Jos Buttler (Cricketer)
Early & Personal Lifestyle
Joseph Charles Buttler who was born September 1990Taunton, Somerset, England. Butler completed his studies at King’s College, Taunton. where he showed his early cricket talent. Butler’s father’s name is John Butler and mother’s name is Patricia Butler, besides this Butler has a sister named Joanne Vickers and a brother named James Buttler.
Buttler married Louise Webber in October 2017. Steven Finn and Alex Hales, teammates for England, served as ushers during the nuptials. Georgia Rose, their first child, was born in April 2019, and Margot, their second child, was born in September 2021.
In the 2020 New Year’s Honours, Buttler was named a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) for his contributions to cricket.
Joseph Charles Buttler
|Born||8 September 1990Taunton, Somerset, England|
|Sibling’s||Joanne Vickers, James Buttler|
|Height||in Feet Inches- 5′ 11”|
|Education||King’s College, Taunton|
Buttler participated in several youth matches for Somerset, appearing at the Under-13, Under-15, and Under-17 levels. Before going to Glastonbury in the 2006 season, he made his senior club cricket debut for Cheddar at the age of 15, taking three catches and scoring 15 runs in wicket-keeping. Later that same year, in a three-day match against Nottinghamshire Second XI, he made his debut for Somerset Second XI, scoring 71 in the second innings and grabbing six catches. His 227 not out during a record-breaking opening stand in a 50-over national schools game in April 2008, where he added 340 with Alex Barrow, was the pinnacle of his academic career.
Buttler had the opportunity to play for a significant amount of time in Somerset’s first team after Craig Kieswetter was selected for the England one-day squad in 2010. Because Buttler was capable and Kieswetter had been in a comparable situation three years prior, Brian Rose, Somerset’s director of cricket, declined to replace the keeper with an experienced replacement. Buttler recorded his first runs in List A cricket in his first encounter of the 2010 season, remaining 22 not out at the end of Somerset’s innings. He then added two catches to help Somerset defeat Glamorgan in their opening Clydesdale Bank 40 match.
Buttler played for the England Under-17s in two exhibition games against the New Zealand Under-19s in July 2008, giving him his first experience playing international cricket. He batted at number five and quickly reached a score of 77 not out in the 50-over match. In the 49 deliveries he faced, he struck 11 fours and two sixes. Additionally, he took part in the two-day encounter between the two sides, scoring 45 in the first innings, which led to a draw.