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James Faulkner
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James Faulkner

Australia|Bowling allrounder
James Faulkner

INTL CAREER: 2012 - 2017

Full Name

James Peter Faulkner

Born

April 29, 1990, Launceston, Tasmania

Age

31y 14d

Batting Style

Right hand bat

Bowling Style

Left arm fast medium

Playing Role

Bowling allrounder

Height

1.86 m

relations

(father)

TEAMS

A bowling allrounder who will not back down from a contest, James Faulkner has also established a reputation as Australia's finisher with the bat in limited-overs chases. His cool head under pressure has won matches for Australia many times, and notably he was Man of the Match in the 2015 World Cup final triumph over New Zealand. On that occasion it was his bowling that earned him the honour, his 3 for 36 restricting New Zealand to a very gettable 183. His variations - slow balls and cutters especially - make him a dangerous bowler in the short forms and against Pakistan at the 2016 World T20 he became the first Australian to take a five-wicket haul in a T20 international. Faulkner made his Test debut in the dead rubber at The Oval on the 2013 Ashes tour and claimed six wickets, but has struggled to squeeze back into the side since then. Later that year he plundered his first ODI century - 116 off 73 balls - in a loss to India in Bangalore, in a game that will be more remembered for Rohit Sharma's 209. At domestic level, Faulkner was Tasmania's best player during a period of great success for the state. His breakout season in 2010-11 - he collected 36 Sheffield Shield wickets at 17.72 - coincided with the Tigers winning the Shield for the second time. The following two summers brought the consistent Faulkner wicket tallies of 36 and 39 and he helped the Tigers reach the Shield final in 2011-12 and win it in 2012-13 - he was Man of the Match in that final. His importance for Tasmania during those three seasons cannot be underestimated and in 2012-13 he won his third consecutive Ricky Ponting Medal as Tasmania's best player. Faulkner, whose father Peter also played for Tasmania, signed with his fourth IPL team - Gujarat Lions - for the 2016 season.
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Career Averages

Bowling
FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
Test121669864/516/9816.333.5427.60100
ODI696732112962964/324/3230.855.5333.40400
T20I2424515684365/275/2719.007.9614.30010
FC63116977647591925/58/9724.782.9250.90750
List A128123604153671754/204/2030.665.3334.50800
T20211209425356222435/165/1623.137.9317.50130
Batting & Fielding
FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s4s6sCtSt
Test120452322.5043104.65004100
ODI695222103211634.40990104.24148329210
T20I2418715941*14.45138115.210075110
FC639512256612130.91504050.9121525717260
List A12810032202611629.79225789.7611014549350
T202111526618147321.091482122.40019065670
James Peter Faulkner
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Recent Matches - Player

MATCHBATBOWLDATEGROUNDFORMAT
Hurricanes vs Heat26*0/2427-Dec-2020BrisbaneT20
Hurricanes vs Renegades--1/3019-Dec-2020HobartT20
Hurricanes vs Strikers02/3515-Dec-2020LauncestonT20
Hurricanes vs Strikers12*3/2113-Dec-2020HobartT20
Hurricanes vs Sixers62/2210-Dec-2020HobartT20

Photos


James Faulkner injured his hamstring while bowling against Brisbane Heat
James Faulkner celebrates the wicket of Shaun Marsh
James Faulkner roars after getting a wicket
James Faulkner made an impressive return to Tasmania's one-day side
James Faulkner and Glenn Maxwell celebrate a wicket
James Faulkner's initial Instagram post was widely reported