Trent Boult New Zealand cricket player
Trent Boult is a cricket player from New Zealand, who has been playing for the national team since 2013. He has also played for the Auckland Aces in the Big Bash League, and the Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League. He made his international debut in September 2017, and currently plays for New Zealand in all three formats of the sport. Boult was born on 1 December 1993 in Whakatane, New Zealand. He attended Murupara High School, and then completed a Bachelor of Arts at Victoria University of Wellington. Boult’s cricketing career began in 2013, when he moved to Auckland to play for the Auckland Aces in the Big Bash League. In 2014, he signed with Sunrisers Hyderabad of the Indian Premier League (IPL). In 2017, he made his international debut for New Zealand in a One Day International (ODI) against Australia. He also played in the T20I series against England and India that year. Boult was part of New Zealand’s squad for the ICC World Cup 2019, which they reached the quarter-finals of.
Early life and career of Trent Boult
Trent Boult was born on 25th January 1990, in Auckland, New Zealand. Trent started playing cricket as a youngster and enjoyed playing for his school team. He then progressed to the Auckland Under-19 side and finally made his debut for the New Zealand national cricket team in 2008. Trent has since played 73 Tests and 238 ODIs for New Zealand.
In 2012, Trent signed with English county side Northamptonshire County Cricket Club. He quickly cemented himself as their first choice spinner and helped them finish 2nd in the County Championship Division Two that season. In 2014, he moved to Middlesex County Cricket Club where he continued to be a key player and help them win the County Championship Division One title that year.
In October 2017 it was announced that Trent had signed a 3-year contract with Yorkshire County Cricket Club.
His contribution to the New Zealand cricket team
Trent Boult is a New Zealand cricket player who has made significant contributions to the team over the years. He plays all formats of the game, and has consistently performed at a high level. His ability to bowl fast and accurately makes him a valuable asset to any side. Boult has also been known for his hard work ethic, and is always looking for ways to improve his game. He has played a major role in New Zealand’s recent success, and is widely regarded as one of the country’s best players.
Some of his famous matches
Trent Boult is a New Zealand cricketer who has played Test cricket and One Day Internationals (ODIs) for the country. He announced his retirement from all forms of cricket on 9 February 2019.
Boult made his Test debut in 2009 against Sri Lanka and has since gone on to play 104 Tests, averaging 38.37 with a strike rate of 85.19. In ODIs he has also been successful, playing 128 matches and scoring 6271 runs at an average of 31.94 with a strike rate of 88.84. Boult was part of New Zealand’s World T20-winning team in 2013 and was named Man of the Match in their final game against India. In 2018 he was awarded the ICC Test Player of the Year Award for his performances throughout the year including 2 centuries and 7 fifties in 8 Tests against Pakistan, Australia, England, Sri Lanka and South Africa which helped guide New Zealand to 3rd position in the ICC Test Rankings at the end of 2018.
With retirement looming, Boult looks back on some of his most memorable matches:
1) The 2017 ashes test against Australia where he scored 131 not out which is currently ranked as one of the greatest innings by any international cricketer ever played.
2) His 175* against India at Wellington which is still regarded as one of the greatest ODI innings ever played and led New Zealand to victory in that series.
Trent Boult is a New Zealand cricket player who has represented the country in both Test and One Day International (ODI) cricket. Born on 26 December 1988, Boult made his first-class debut for Canterbury in 2006, at the age of just 18. In 2011, he was awarded a contract with the Wellington Phoenix, a New Zealand Super League (NZSL) side. Boult has since played for the team in each of its three seasons, as well as appearing for the Auckland Aces in the Plunket Shield. He also played for Northern Districts in the Hawke Cup. In February 2018, it was announced that Boult had signed to play for Yorkshire County Cricket Club in England’s County Championship and One Day International tournaments from 2018 onwards.
Trent Boult New Zealand cricket player Trent Boult is a left-arm orthodox spinner who has represented New Zealand in international cricket since 2004. He made his ODI debut in March 2006 against Sri Lanka, taking 5 wickets at an average of 26.66, and has since become a regular player for the New Zealand team. He played his first T20 International in January 2009 against South Africa, taking 2 wickets at an average of 27.50. In November 2010, Boult was named as one of the Wisden Cricketers of the Year for his performances in the 2009/10 domestic season where he took 103 wickets at an average of 24.47 and led Canterbury to their first-ever List A title.
Trent Boult is a talented New Zealand cricket player who has achieved international success. He is a right-arm fast bowler and has played for New Zealand at both Test and One Day International level. He was born in Auckland, New Zealand on 6th May 1989 and played his first cricket match when he was just eight years old. Trent Boult started playing cricket for the Northern Districts Cricket Association in the State League competition and then moved to the Central Districts Cricket Association, before signing with the Wellington Firebirds in 2008. He made his Test debut against India in 2009 and since then has played 73 matches, taking 150 wickets at an average of 30.78. In 2011, he was named as part of the New Zealand squad for the ICC World Cup in England and took 3 wickets in their historic victory over Australia in the final. With 97 caps and counting, Trent Boult is one of New Zealand’s most successful cricket players ever and is looking to continue his good form at this year’s ICC World Cup Qualifier which starts in February.
Trent Boult is an all-rounder who has played for New Zealand cricket team since 2007. He bats right-handed and bowls left-arm orthodox spin. Boult was originally a wicketkeeper, but he made the switch to batting after impressing in the role in youth competitions. In 2009, Boult was called up to the national side for the first time and made his international debut against Australia. The following year he cemented his place in the national side and started bowling well with figures of 5/20 against England in his maiden Test match.
Boult has been a regular fixture in the New Zealand side ever since and has been part of three World Cup wins (2011, 2015, 2019). He also played a significant role during their ICC World Twenty20 victory in 2016. His good form continued this year as he scored centuries in both Tests against Pakistan and ODIs against Sri Lanka, making him one of only four cricketers to score two centuries at home in 2018. With over 10,000 runs and 100 wickets from 113 matches, Trent Boult is one of the most successful New Zealand cricket players of all time.
Trent Boult, a New Zealand cricketer, is known for his strong bowling action and ability to generate speed in the air. His weakness, however, may be his inability to hit the ball hard. Boult has been Occasionally inconsistent with his batting form and has had trouble scoring runs consistently in international cricket.
records and stats
– Trent Boult is a New Zealand cricket player who has represented his country in Tests and ODIs.
– In Tests, Boult has played 97 matches, averaging 34.01 with a high of 50* against Sri Lanka in 2012. In ODIs, Boult has played 129 matches, averaging 39.76 with a high of 56 not out against South Africa in 2014.
– Boult was the joint top scorer for New Zealand in the 2013 World Cup with 184 runs at an average of 42.66 including two half centuries and a century. He also captained New Zealand in their final match of the tournament which they lost to Australia by 35 runs.
|Full Name||Trent Alexander Boult|
|BORN||July 22, 1989, Rotorua|
|BATTING STYLE||Right hand Bat|
|BOWLING STYLE||Left arm Fast medium|
Batting & Fielding
The Blazing and radiant seamer of the New Zealand team, Trent Boult is among the few top bowlers who is a veteran of bowling the opening over. Boult’s career started when he first played in the under-19 team of New Zealand. His first match was against Indian under-19 team where he took 2 wickets and he played the under-19 world Cup in 2008 as well.
Boult played his first international match against Australia which was a test match. He took 4 wickets in the 2nd test march. In 2018, he took 6 wickets against England in a test match which is his best figure in any test match till now. He ended that series with 15 wickets. Boult made his ODI debut against West Indies in 2012 and his T20 debut match was against England in 2013. Boult’s first big tournament was ODI World Cup 2015 where he was quite brilliant and was the joint leading wicket taker. He played the 2016 T20 world cup as well and then the 2019 ODI world cup as well where this lad took a hat trick against the Australian team and. Boult has played for various franchises in the IPL such as Sunrisers Hyderabad, Kolkata Knight Riders, Delhi Capital, Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore