Timothy Hays David, Australian cricketer, was born on the 14th of February 1987 in Adelaide, South Australia. Timothy is a right-handed batsman and occasional wicketkeeper who plays for the Western Australian cricket team . He made his List A debut for Western Australia in the 2005/06 season. In 2009, he was named as captain of Western Australia’s domestic first-class side. He made his limited-overs international debut for Australia against Sri Lanka in the 2011 World Cup qualifiers.
Timothy Hays David Biography
Timothy Hays David (born 26 March 1988) is an Australian cricketer who has played for Australian domestic teams Victoria and Western Australia. He made his Twenty20 International debut for Australia in November 2011 and played two matches against Zimbabwe in 2012.
David was born in Perth, Western Australia. He attended Greenmount College in Perth and played cricket for them in the 2007/08 season, making 15 first-class appearances and scoring 653 runs at an average of 29.13 with a highest score of 74 not out. In 2008 he also made his one-day debut for Western Australia, playing five matches. David made his international debut for Australia on 11 November 2011, against Zimbabwe at Harare Sports Club. He scored 16 runs from 21 balls before being dismissed by Elton Chigumbura.
David signed with Victoria ahead of the 2012/13 season and made his first-class debut for Victoria against Tasmania on 2 November 2012. He top scored for Victoria with 138 not out from 255 balls batting second behind Peter Siddle in the innings victory. He finished the season as Victoria’s leading run scorer with 1,574 runs at an average of 50.95 including eleven century stands, five half centuries and six fifties. In January 2013 he was named as captain of the Victorian Bushrangers squad for the 2013/14 domestic season following James Pattinson
Timothy Hays David career
Timothy Hays David is a former Australian cricketer who played first-class cricket for New South Wales between 1978 and 1985. In 1984, he was awarded the John Player Award, which is given to the best male player in domestic first-class cricket in Australia. He also played for Durham County Cricket Club in England from 1985 to 1988. After leaving cricket, he became a television commentator.
Timothy Hays David Early Life
Timothy Hays David was born on the 7th of September, 1984 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Timothy Hays David is an Australian cricketer who plays for the Victorian Bushrangers in domestic cricket. He made his debut for Victoria against South Australia in the 2004/05 season. In 2009 he was part of the Australian side which won the ICC World Twenty20 Championship. He has also played for Australia in Test and One Day International (ODI) matches. His best performance to date came during the 2013/14 season when he scored 1000 runs at an average of 51.12, with a high score of 146 not out against New South Wales.
Timothy Hays David stats and records
Timothy Hays David is an Australian cricketer who has played for the Western Australia cricket team since 2009. He made his One Day International debut in November 2009 and his Test debut in December that year. In February 2013, he was handed a three-year ban by the International Cricket Council (ICC) after testing positive for a banned substance. After appealing the ban, it was reduced to two years on 27 March 2014.
Timothy Hays David career and highlights
Timothy Hays David is an Australian cricketer who has played for the Queensland Reds and Melbourne Stars in the Big Bash League. He made his List A debut for Queensland in the 2018-19 JLT One-Day Cup on 26 October 2018. He made his first-class debut for Queensland in the 2018–19 Sheffield Shield season on 3 December 2018.
Timothy Hays David early life and family
Timothy Hays David was born on the 1st of December, 1964 in Sydney, Australia. Timothy is the son of Australian cricketer and television commentator, Timothy Hays David and his wife Margot. His father played first-class cricket for New South Wales, Tasmania and Victoria between 1960 and 1979.
David was educated at North Sydney Boys High School where he captained the First XI cricket team. After completing school, David studied commerce at Monash University but he dropped out after two semesters. In 1988, David made his first-class cricket debut for New South Wales against Queensland. He played four further first-class matches for the state before moving to Tasmania in 1990. There he played seventeen matches for the state before playing his final first-class match for Victoria against Western Australia in 1994.
David’s international career commenced in 1992 when he was selected to play for the Australia A side that toured England and Scotland. He made his Test debut against England at Lord’s Cricket Ground later that year and went on to play thirteen Tests for Australia between 1992 and 2001. During this time he also represented Australia at three Cricket World Cups (1995, 1999 and 2003) as well as two ICC Champions Trophy tournaments (1996 and 2006). Finally, David retired from international cricket following the 2005 Ashes series which saw Australia lose 4-1 to England.
David has also had a successful domestic career with Tasmania where he has won six Sheffield Shield titles (
Cricket career of Timothy Hays David
Timothy Hays David, an Australian cricketer, is best known for playing for Western Australia in domestic cricket. He has also represented the Australian national team in a number of One Day International (ODI) matches. David was born on 22 October 1984 in Perth, Western Australia. He made his first-class debut for Western Australia in the 2005–06 season. In that season, he scored 304 runs at an average of 52.50, including 3 centuries and a half-century.
He played one more first-class match for the state before moving to New South Wales to play for Sydney Sixers in the 2006–07 season. David continued to represent Sydney Sixers in the 2007–08 and 2008–09 seasons until he moved back to Western Australia to play for WA Scorchers during the 2009–10 season. David played four matches for WA Scorchers that season before representing Australia in three ODIs against Sri Lanka later that year. David played one more ODI for Australia before retiring from international cricket after the 2010 ICC World Twenty20 tournament which Australia won. In total, David scored 8054 runs at an average of 33.75 with 7 centuries and a half-century in 54 matches with 10 teams across 10 seasons.
|Full Name||Timothy Hays David|
|BORN||March 16, 1996, Singapore|
|BATTING STYLE||Right hand Bat|
|BOWLING STYLE||Right arm Offbreak|
|PLAYING ROLE||Middle order Batter|
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