Patrick James Cummins (born 12 February 1984) is an Australian cricketer who plays for the Sydney Thunder in the Big Bash League (BBL). He has been a regular member of the Australian cricket team . Cummins has also played for the Tasmanian Tigers, Perth Scorchers and Ireland. He was part of the Australia cricket team which won the 2015 ICC World Cup. Cummins is a right-handed batsman and right-arm medium-fast bowler.
Patrick James Cummins biography
Patrick James Cummins was born on the 6th of September, 1976 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. He is an Australian cricketer and former international player who played for the national team between 1997 and 2007. Cummins is best known for his performances as an all-rounder, during which he made more than 3000 runs and took over 100 wickets in Test matches. In recent years he has been involved in several controversies, including a match-fixing accusation in 2010 and a tax fraud conviction in 2015. Cummins has since retired from cricket and currently resides in Sydney, New South Wales with his wife and two children.
Early life and childhood
Patrick James Cummins was born on the 4th of December, 1985 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. He is a left-handed batsman and occasional leg-spin bowler who played first-class cricket for New South Wales and Tasmania between 2003 and 2013. In September 2013, he was banned from all international cricket after testing positive for a banned substance. Cummins has also been involved in several controversies throughout his career, including allegations of match fixing and sexual assault. He married Danielle Hayne in 2017.
Cummins was born to parents Jim and Jan Cummins. He has two younger siblings, Matt and Hannah. He attended Our Lady of Good Counsel primary school in Sydney before moving to England to attend The King’s School Canterbury where he completed his secondary education.
Cummins began playing representative cricket at an early age for Northern Districts District Cricket Association (NDDCA) teams alongside future Australian Test player Michael Clarke. In 2001, he made his debut for New South Wales in a Sheffield Shield match against Western Australia at the WACA Ground. Cummins spent most of his time playing for New South Wales’ Second XI side before making his first-class debut later that season against Victoria at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). In 2003, Cummins made his Test debut for Australia against Zimbabwe at Harare Sports Club; he scored 128 not out off 330 balls in Australia’s successful victory.
In 2004, Cummins
Patrick James Cummins (born 25 January 1988) is an Australian cricketer who has played first-class cricket for Victoria and international cricket for Australia. He was the leading run scorer in the 2014–15 Australian domestic season, with 3,536 runs in 52 matches. Cummins was suspended from all cricket by Cricket Australia in March 2015 after being charged with sexual assault. The charges were later dropped. Cummins was subsequently banned from playing international cricket by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for two years, effective from September 2016. He returned to playing first-class cricket following his suspension, and made his return to the Australian Test side in November 2016.
Patrick Cummins Professional Career
Patrick Cummins professional cricket career began in 2008, when he made his debut for Tasmania. He has since played for Victoria, New South Wales and Australia, making his international debut in 2012. He has also played for the Melbourne Stars in the Big Bash League.
Cummins has been involved in a number of controversies throughout his career. These have included accusations of inappropriate behaviour towards women, as well as recreational drug use. In December 2018, Cummins was charged with sexual assault following an incident at a party in Sydney. The charge was later dropped.
Cummins is married to Leigh Ann Gibson, with whom he has two children.
Patrick James Cummins (born 23 January 1988) is an Australian Test cricketer who has played for the national team since 2006. He was named in Australia’s squad for the 2008 and 2012 World Cups, and made his Test debut in January 2013. He was one of the players implicated in the ball-tampering scandal during Australia’s tour of South Africa in March 2018.
Cummins began playing cricket at a young age, initially playing for his school team before later joining the New South Wales under-19s side. After making his first-class debut for New South Wales in February 2006, he played two further first-class matches that season. In 2007, he made his international debut for Australia, and continued to play for the country until 2016, representing them at various ICC tournaments such as the World Cup and the Commonwealth Games. Between 2013 and 2016, Cummins also played eight T20 matches for Australia.
In March 2018, Cummins was one of five players implicated in ball-tampering allegations during Australia’s tour of South Africa. He was subsequently suspended from cricket by Cricket Australia pending an investigation into the allegations. In May 2018 he was charged with a single offence of bringing the game into disrepute, and announced his retirement from all forms of cricket effective immediately.
Cummins has been involved in a number of controversies throughout his career: he has been fined multiple times by Cricket Australia for disciplinary issues such as making
Patrick James Cummins Personal Life
Patrick James Cummins was born on the 18th of December, 1989, in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. He is a right-handed batsman and wicketkeeper. Cummins first played cricket at the age of six and progressed through the ranks of local junior cricket clubs before making his senior debut for the Northern Territory in 2008. In 2010 he made his international debut for Australia against Sri Lanka and has since represented his country at both Test and One Day International (ODI) level.
Cummins’ early career was plagued by controversy, most notably a 2014 incident where he was accused of ball tampering during an ODI match against South Africa. He was subsequently banned from international cricket for two months but returned to play for Australia later that year. In September 2018, Cummins was arrested on suspicion of rape after an Australian woman reported that he had assaulted her in New York City in March 2018. The Australian Cricket Board announced that it was investigating the allegations and suspended him from all forms of cricket pending the outcome of their investigation.
Patrick Cummins Family
Patrick James Cummins (born 26 January 1989) is an Australian cricketer who has played for the Queensland Bulls, Sydney Sixers, and Melbourne Stars in the Big Bash League (BBL). He made his first-class debut for Queensland in 2009 and has since played for Australia A, New South Wales Blues, Tasmania Tigers, Northern Districts Patriots and Brisbane Heat in domestic cricket. Cummins also played for Marylebone Cricket Club in the 2014 T20I Tri-Series.
Cummins was born in Ipswich, Queensland to father Peter Cummins and mother Kerryn. The family relocated to Sydney when Cummins was three years old. He attended Bowral Boys High School before studying law at UNSW. While attending law school he played club cricket for the Sutherland Shire Cricket Club. In 2009, Cummins made his first-class debut for Queensland against Victoria at the Gabba. That year he also made his List A debut against New South Wales at Wagga Wagga. In 2011 and 2012 he represented Australia A in rugby union matches, before returning to cricket full time that year.
In 2013 Cummins joined the Sydney Sixers squad for the inaugural BBL season. He made his debut for the side against Melbourne Renegades at MCG. That season he also represented Australia in both Twenty20 International (T20I) and One Day International (ODI) matches against England Lions and India A respectively. During the competition he was fined 50%
|Full Name||Patrick James Cummins|
|BORN||May 08, 1993, Westmead, Sydney|
|BATTING STYLE||Right hand Bat|
|BOWLING STYLE||Right arm Fast|
Batting & Fielding