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David Willey is a prominent English cricketer known for his dynamic all-round abilities and versatility. Born on 28th February 1990 in Northampton, Willey started making his mark on the domestic circuit at a very young age. He broke into the Northamptonshire county at just the age of 19 and started making waves with his performances at the domestic level. Willey carved out his own niche as he became a formidable new-ball bowler and also a very handy batter lower down the order.

As a left-arm fast-medium bowler and a hard-hitting left-handed batsman, Willey quickly gained recognition for his skills. His move to Yorkshire in 2016 that propelled him into the international cricket spotlight. His consistent performances earned him a call-up to the England national team, and he made his T20 International debut in 2015, followed by his One Day International (ODI) debut later that year. Willey's ability to swing the ball and deliver crucial breakthroughs with the ball make him a valuable asset to any team. His aggressive batting style adds depth to the lower order, often allowing him to score quick runs in crunch situations.

With 270 matches, 6163 runs and 270 wickets under his belt. Willey has become a decorated figure in T20 cricket. More importantly, his experience of playing in various different conditions makes him an important asset to any team. Willey’s addition to the ADKR squad bolsters their side’s strength considerably and he will be looking to perform at his full potential in the upcoming season of ILT20.