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Falkonergardens Gymnasium, Denmark
|Date of Birth||-||Height||6'0"|
|Debut||Kent 2002, England 2009||Years of Service||2001-|
|Bat||Right-hand||Best Bat||78 Kent v Middlesex, 2003|
|Bowl||Right-arm fast||Best Bowl||6-52 v Yorkshire, 2002|
The Danish-born pace bowler has played for England at both Test and Twenty20 level and, despite only appearing in six first-class games last season, a strong summer this time around could see him add to his international caps. A fit and firing Khan-Joseph partnership could be the key to a successful Kent summer.
Denmark, England Lions, England
Denmark (U19) to Canada 1996. South Africa 1998.Denmark to Holland 1998.Denmark to Zimbabwe 1999.Denmark to Canada (ICC Trophy) 2001. England Lions to New Zealand 2009. England to West Indies 2009.
Kjobenhavns Boldklub, Denmark