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Who’s Who: Calum Haggett

Monday 30th March 2015

All-rounder Calum Haggett has played for England Under-19s and is looking to become a regular in all formats for Kent this season.
Here are the 24-year-old's responses for the annual Cricketers' Who's Who survey, published next month.
Full nameCalum John Haggett
Date of birth30/10/1990
Height6ft 3in
Education (schools and universities attended)Millfield School
What are your family ties to cricket?My father played village cricket.
What have been the highlights of your career so far? To get make my first class debut.
Who’s the best player in county cricket at the moment?Darren Stevens.
Which up-and-coming players on the county circuit should we keep an eye out for in 2015?Imran Qayyum.
Who were/are your cricketing heroes, and why?Jacques Kallis because he could make an impact in the game with both bat and bowl.
Who are your heroes outside of cricket, and why?Jonny Wilkinson because of the way he is the model professional.
Can you give us a coaching tip (batting, bowling, keeping or fielding) that has helped your cricket?Keep the game as simple as you can.
What would you be doing if you weren’t a cricketer?Philosopher.
If you could be someone else for one day, who would you be?Prince Harry.
What would your desert island disc be (one album or song)? Bohemian Rhapsody.
What’s your favourite/least favourite television programme?Peep Show is my favourite programme. My least favourite is Hollyoaks.
What's your pet hate, and why?Having bad manners.
Please give us your Fantasy Slip Cordon – choose absolutely anyone (dead or alive; fictional or real) you’d like to spend a day in the field with and explain why…First slip: Peter Kay, Second Slip: Winston Churchill, Third Slip: Jimi Hendrix, Gully: Chris March
Are you on Twitter?No.