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Marcus Stoinis

Australia|Batting Allrounder
Marcus Stoinis
INTL CAREER: 2015 - 2023
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Full Name

Marcus Peter Stoinis


August 16, 1989, Perth


34y 115d

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Medium

Playing Role

Batting Allrounder

A powerful, versatile batter and medium-pace bowler, Marcus Stoinis has been a mainstay in Australia's limited-overs sides, a dominant presence in the BBL, and a sought-after IPL performer.

Stoinis debuted for his home state, Western Australia, at 19, but found opportunities limited there and moved to Victoria, where he got a run in their Sheffield Shield side in 2013-14 and produced an outstanding 170 against Tasmania, a breakthrough innings that led to him becoming a regular in the top order. Stoinis was Victoria's leading run-scorer in the 2014-15 Sheffield Shield season and was called up to Australia's squad for limited-overs matches against England in 2015, where he debuted, playing an ODI and a T20I.

He next played an international about a year and a half later, having impressed in first-class cricket in the interim. In his second ODI, Stoinis took three wickets and scored 146 not out from No. 7 to help Australia almost pull off an unlikely victory against New Zealand at Eden Park. That innings gave him an unbroken run in the white-ball sides for about four years, during which time he cemented his position as one of the team's top finishers.

That is also the role he has played in the IPL, featuring in all of Delhi Capitals' games in their run to the final in 2020, and doing likewise with Lucknow Super Giants in 2023. In between, Stoinis helped guide Australia to a win in the 2021 T20 World Cup, putting on a remarkable stand of 81 with Matthew Wade in the semi-final against Pakistan after Australia were in strife at 96 for 5 chasing 177. In the BBL, on the other hand, he has been an opener for Melbourne Stars.

Stoinis moved back to Western Australia in 2017 for family reasons and was a regular in the first-class side for three seasons, though his returns were middling; he next played when he briefly figured in the title-winning WA side in 2022-23.

Marcus Stoinis Career Stats

Batting & Fielding

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Marcus Peter Stoinis

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Marcus Stoinis muscled Australia's fightback
Tim David and Marcus Stoinis put up a fight after Australia's lukewarm start
Marcus Stoinis helped Matthew Wade end the 87-run stand between Ruturaj Gaikwad and Ishan Kishan
Matthew Wade decided Australia would bowl first in Thiruvananthapuram
Marcus Stoinis looks ahead to the second T20I against India
Marcus Stoinis took a stunning catch off Tanveer Sangha's bowling