Michael Pepper was born in England on June 25, 1998. On June 25, 2018, he made his Essex County Championship first-class debut. On August 3, 2018, he played his first Twenty20 match for Essex in the 2018 t20 Blast. He played for Essex in the 2021 Royal London One-Day Cup, making his List A debut.

Michael Pepper
Michael Pepper

A summer contract with Essex was signed by wicketkeeper-batter Michael Pepper in 2018 after a string of impressive performances for the 2nd XI in 2017. For Cambridge Granta in the East Anglian Premier League, Pepper played club cricket. In June of that year, he made his Championship debut at Chelmsford against Somerset in a day-night match. Because of how highly regarded he was by Essex, they were able to part ways with longtime custodian James Foster at the end of the campaign.

Early in the 2021 season, Pepper played in his fourth first-class encounter against Durham at Chester-le-Street, scoring 92 runs. However, his promise was most apparent in white-ball cricket. He scored more runs than anyone else for Essex in the Blast the following summer.

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Player Profile:

Player ProfileMicheal Pepper
BornJune 25, 1998
TeamEssex
BattingRight Handed
RoleWk Batsman
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Career Records:

A summer contract with Essex was signed by wicketkeeper-batter Michael Pepper in 2018 after a string of impressive performances for the 2nd XI in 2017. For Cambridge Granta in the East Anglian Premier League, Pepper played club cricket. In June of that year, he made his Championship debut at Chelmsford against Somerset in a day-night match. Because of how highly regarded he was by Essex, they were able to part ways with longtime custodian James Foster at the end of the campaign.

Michael Pepper
Michael Pepper

Early in the 2021 season, Pepper played in his fourth first-class encounter against Durham at Chester-le-Street, scoring 92 runs. However, his promise was most apparent in white-ball cricket. He scored more runs than anyone else for Essex in the Blast the following summer.

Sam Cook’s four-for-four and Michael Pepper’s 48 helped Essex defeat Sussex by five wickets in the Vitality Blast. Batter Pepper led the Eagles in scoring in 2022 with 439 runs. After suffering an injury, he has finally started 2023 with 63 runs and a beautiful 48.