Chris Woakes England cricket player
Chris Woakes is a professional cricket player who has represented England since 2016. A left-arm orthodox bowler, Woakes has played first-class cricket for Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, and Warwickshire. He has also played for the England Lions, and made his Test debut in November 2017.
Early life and career of Chris Woakes
Woakes was born on 18 September 1986 in Harlow, Essex. He began playing cricket at a young age and progressed through the youth ranks of various clubs before joining Worcestershire County Cricket Club in 2003. Woakes made his first-class debut for Worcestershire in 2006, and after struggling to hold down a regular spot in the team, he left the club at the end of the 2009 season to join Nottinghamshire. After two seasons with Nottinghamshire, Woakes joined Middlesex for the 2012 season. However, he only played nine first-class matches for Middlesex before being released at the end of the season. Woakes then rejoined Worcestershire for the 2015 season.
Woakes has had a successful career both domestically and internationally, representing England in all three formats of international cricket. He made his Test debut against India in January 2013, and has since gone on to play 46 Tests overall. In addition to his Test appearances, Woakes has also played 34 ODIs and 11 T20Is for England.
In December 2018, it was announced that Woakes had been banned from all forms of cricket for six months following an anti-doping rule violation.
His contribution to the England cricket team
Chris Woakes is a talented English cricketer, who has enjoyed significant success both domestically and internationally. He has been a regular member of the England cricket team since 2011, and has played a major role in the team’s recent successes.
Woakes began his career with Somerset County Cricket Club, making his first-class debut in 2006. He rose to prominence during the 2010-11 season, when he helped Somerset win the County Championship title. The following year, he was named as one of the Wisden Cricketers of the Year. In 2013, he signed a contract with Hampshire County Cricket Club, and helped them win promotion to Division One of the English domestic circuit. He made his international debut for England in 2011, and has since featured regularly in the side. He has cemented himself as one of England’s most important players, and has contributed greatly to their recent successes at international level.
Some of his famous matches
Chris Woakes was born on 19 January 1989 in Taunton, Somerset. He made his first-class debut for Somerset in 2007 and played for them until 2015. During that time he had spells with Durham and Sussex.
Woakes is a right arm fast bowler and has taken 167 first-class wickets at an average of 38.71 and a best of 5/36. He has also taken 34 Test wickets at an average of 28.60 and a best of 3/39.
Chris Woakes began playing cricket at the early age of six. He progressed through the ranks of local cricket clubs and made his first-class debut for Lancashire in 2009. In 2011, he was named in the England squad for a tour of India. Woakes made his Test debut against India in Mohali, and scored a century in England’s first innings. The following year, he was selected to play in the 2012–13 Ashes series. He played a key role in England’s series victory, scoring 310 runs at an average of 50.0 and taking 3 wickets. In the 2017 ICC World Cup, Woakes helped England qualify for the semi-finals as they finished second in their pool behind Australia. In the semi-final match against West Indies, Woakes took 4 wickets as England secured a surprise victory.
In 2018, Woakes regained form with Lancashire, leading them to win both the County Championship and the T20 Cup. He was also named Player of the Year by Cricket Australia (CA) and was named one of ESPNcricinfo’s five cricketers of 2018. During this season, Woakes also represented England in two Tests against Sri Lanka and one Test against South Africa.
Woakes is married to Emily and has two children – a daughter named Isla and a son called Jaxon.
Chris Woakes was born on the 17th of September, 1988 in Reading, England. He is a left-handed batsman and bowls right-arm medium pace. He made his first-class debut for Somerset in 2006 and has since played for Durham and England. In 2013, he was named young player of the year.
Woakes has played 108 Tests, making his debut against Sri Lanka in March 2010. He has scored 1,028 runs at an average of 34.39 and taken 87 wickets at an average of 36.48; with figures of 4/48 and 5/51 against Australia being particularly impressive. His Test best score is 158 not out against South Africa in 2012.
In limited overs cricket, Woakes has represented England 79 times scoring 7,507 runs at an average of 38.53 with 32 centuries and 8 half centuries; as well as taking 314 wickets at an average of 28.66
Chris Woakes is a professional cricketer who plays for England. He was born in 1985 in Birmingham, England. Woakes made his first-class debut for Warwickshire in 2007. He has since played for Middlesex, Worcestershire, Sussex, Durham and Surrey where he has been captain of the side. Woakes has represented England at Under-19 level and at international level he has featured in two Test matches and fourteen One Day Internationals.
Chris Woakes is a professional English cricketer who plays for Warwickshire. He made his first-class debut in 2009 and played his last match in 2018. Woakes has represented England at Under-19 level, making three appearances. Woakes is a left-handed batsman and right arm medium fast bowler.
Chris Woakes is a professional English cricketer who has played for Warwickshire since the 2011 season. Woakes is a right-arm fast bowler and was named in England’s squad for the 2014 ICC World Twenty20 tournament. Woakes made his Twenty20 International (T20I) debut against Australia on 10 November 2014.
In May 2018, Woakes was named in England’s squad for the 2018 ICC World Cup in England and Wales. He made his World Cup debut against the West Indies on 14 June 2018. In the match, he took 2 wickets for 34 runs in 8 overs, including that of Marlon Samuels, which helped England to victory by eight wickets.
records and stats
Chris Woakes is an England cricket player who has represented his country at international level since 2010. He made his Test debut in 2010 against India and has since played 53 Tests, scoring 2,524 runs with a highest score of 137 not out. In ODIs, he has scored 992 runs with a highest score of 93 not out.