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Devon Conway Profile

Devon Conway

Devon Conway

Wicket Keeper New Zealand

Left Handed 32 yrs.

Devon Conway was born and brought up in South Africa but later he made his move to New Zealand in 2017. He began his List-A career in South Africa in 2009 by playing for Gauteng and later made his first-class debut for them the following month.


Playing close to 100 first-class games and over 60 List-A games, Devon Conway decided ...

ব্যক্তিগত তথ্য
Born July, 08 1991
Birth Place South Africa
Current age 32 yrs.
Role Wicket Keeper
Batting style Left Handed
Bowling style Right-arm medium
ব্যাটিং পরিসংখ্যান
M I N/O R BF Avg S/R HS 200s 100s 50s 4x 6s
Test 20 37 1 1497 2981 41.58 50.21 200 1 4 8 185 8
ODI 32 31 3 1246 1388 44.50 89.76 152 0 5 3 154 16
T20I 46 43 8 1338 1037 38.22 129.02 99 0 0 10 128 34
FC 110 177 23 7251 12930 47.08 56.07 327 2 18 33 1012 50
List A 83 80 9 3139 3661 44.21 85.74 152 0 8 18 299 41
T20 116 113 22 4015 3102 44.12 129.43 105 0 2 33 437 95
বোলিং পরিসংখ্যান
M I O Balls Maiden R W AVG S/R E/R BEST BOWL 5 WKT 10 WKT
Test
ODI
T20I
FC 110 25 104.2 626 5 467 9 51.88 69.55 4.47 3/36 0 0
List A 83 9 21.2 128 0 127 3 42.33 42.66 5.95 1/7 0 0
T20 116 8 17.1 103 0 141 3 47.00 34.33 8.21 1/10 0 0

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Devon Conway was born and brought up in South Africa but later he made his move to New Zealand in 2017. He began his List-A career in South Africa in 2009 by playing for Gauteng and later made his first-class debut for them the following month.


Playing close to 100 first-class games and over 60 List-A games, Devon Conway decided to make his move to New Zealand, hoping his experience in South Africa would help in New Zealand. Along with being an aggressive batter, he was also an occasional wicketkeeper. In the 2018-19 domestic season, he was awarded a contract with Wellington. Playing the Plunket Shield that season, Conway scored an unbeaten double-century and he ended as one of the leading run-scorers in the tournament. He displayed his magic in the shortest format as well as he scored over 350 runs in 9 matches. He was named the Men’s Domestic Player of the Year. There was no stopping Devon Conway the next season, he was one of the leading run-scorers in the Super Smash, Ford Trophy, and the Plunket Shield.


After being eligible to play for New Zealand in 2020, Devon Conway represented New Zealand in a T20I against West Indies. He made his Test debut against England at the iconic, Lord’s Stadium. He had a dream start to his Test career as he scored a flawless double-century and was named Man of the Match. Before making his Test debut, Conway represented New Zealand in an ODI against Bangladesh and he notched up his maiden ODI ton in that series. He was been a part of New Zealand’s squad across all the formats.


In 2022, he was acquired by Chennai for the Indian T20 League season that year. He continued to shine there. He scored three consecutive half-centuries while playing for them. He was then retained by the franchise for the 2023 edition as well.