George Dockrell, despite being only 22 years old, boasts a remarkable cricketing journey and has already represented Ireland in over 100 matches. His career includes more than 40 one-day international caps, with his inaugural ODI appearance dating back to 2010 when he was a mere 17 years old, facing West Indies.
Identified as a promising talent in Ireland from a young age, Dockrell took up spin bowling only four years before making his entry onto the international stage. He commenced his cricketing journey by playing for Leinster in Ireland before gaining recognition and being signed by Somerset.
In 2011, he was a valuable member of the Cricket World Cup squad, making notable contributions during the tournament. His standout performance during that event was when he secured figures of 2-23 against Bangladesh, displaying his skills as a spinner.