Sean Abbott

Australia|Allrounder
Sean Abbott
INTL CAREER: 2014 - 2022
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Full Name

Sean Anthony Abbott

Born

February 29, 1992, Windsor, New South Wales

Age

30y 221d

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Fast medium

Playing Role

Allrounder

Sean Abbott has developed into one of the most versatile bowling allrounders in Australian domestic cricket.

A wicket-taking medium-fast bowler who also strikes the ball cleanly with the bat, he made his return to international cricket late in 2019 against Pakistan in T20 cricket after a five-year absence. It was a worthy reward for several outstanding seasons with the Sydney Sixers in the BBL where he was one of the most prolific wicket-takers in the competition and specialised in the death overs.

He also became a key figure in New South Wales' Sheffield Shield side consistently taking wickets and providing lower-order runs, playing a crucial part in the Blues 2019-20 title. He was included in Australia's limited-overs tour to England in 2020 but didn't play. He returned to Australia and dominated the start of the Sheffield Shield season. He took 6 for 89 against WA and scored two half-centuries and his maiden first-class century against Tasmania to earn selection in Australia's limited-overs and Test squads for the 2020-21 home series against India.

The allrounder debuted for New South Wales at the age of 18. He enjoyed his breakthrough season in 2013-14 when he topped the Ryobi Cup wicket tally with 16 wickets at 20.93. His strong all-round season also brought him 27 Sheffield Shield wickets and he won the Steve Waugh Medal as the best New South Wales player of the season. Abbott was rewarded with a call-up to Australia's one-day and Twenty20 squads to play Pakistan in the UAE in 2014. Less than two months after that, Abbott bowled the ball which fatally hit Phillip Hughes, but he came back from that tragedy remarkably well, taking 6 for 14 against Queensland on his return to first-class cricket, just 17 days later.
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Career Averages
Batting & Fielding
FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s4s6sCtSt
ODI7601054917.5096109.370013130
T20I9311712*8.5017100.00001140
FC669591935102*22.50366252.8311019842390
List A735167815017.35772101.16015932320
T2011669175824111.19527110.43003324740
Bowling
FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
ODI7729426672/12/138.005.4242.0000
T20I9913818952/142/1437.808.2127.6000
FC661191123658221807/458/6732.343.1062.4750
List A7370325828321135/435/4325.065.2128.8320
T20116114217231191425/165/1621.968.6115.2410
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Eye on the target - Sean Abbott gets ready to send one down
The Australia squad with their spoils
Sean Abbott is air borne in his celebration
Sean Abbott struck twice in his first over
Sean Abbott was in the wickets as Originals doused Fire
Sean Abbott struck with his second ball