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Craig Young
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Craig Young

Ireland|Bowler
Craig Young

INTL CAREER: 2014 - 2021

Full Name

Craig Alexander Young

Born

April 04, 1990, Londonderry, Ireland

Age

31y 241d

Batting Style

Right hand bat

Bowling Style

Right arm fast medium

Playing Role

Bowler

TEAMS

In 2014, Craig Young suggested that he had the pace and bounce to fill the void left for Ireland by Boyd Rankin. He took five wickets on ODI debut, against Scotland, and was Ireland's top wicket-taker on the World Cup acclimatisation tour in Australia and New Zealand, suggesting that he had the tools to be an asset in the World Cup.

Cricket Ireland had particular reason to feel pleased with Young's progress. After a frustrating stint at Sussex - a mixture of injuries and second XI cricket - Young was offered a Cricket Ireland contract at the start of 2014, and seemed fitter and stronger as the year went on. He also benefited from working with the former Australia Test bowler Craig McDermott during the winter of 2013/14. Young is a useful lower-order hitter fond of clattering the ball to midwicket.
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Career Averages

Bowling
FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
ODI302714211259475/465/4626.785.3130.2110
T20I42407891055344/134/1331.028.0223.2100
FC172825791510665/378/12222.873.5139.0420
List A625828672508925/365/3627.265.2431.1420
T20716914111824835/155/1521.977.7517.0220
Batting & Fielding
FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s4s6sCtSt
ODI301787112*7.889673.95005280
T20I4216862227.757681.57005280
FC1717695238.6322342.600012150
List A623912244309.0329981.6000197150
T20712613118229.0713289.3900112180
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Craig Young dives to make his ground, wicketkeeper Lorcan Tucker takes evasive action
Craig Young falls while running Luke Jongwe out
Craig Young celebrates with George Dockrell after sending back Regis Chakabva
Craig Young in his pre-delivery stride
Richard Ngarava runs out Craig Young
Craig Young struck the early blows for Ireland