Ashton Turner is an Australian International cricketer. His full name is Ashton James Turner. Ashton tuner has not played that much international cricket. He is right-handed a batting all-rounder and right-arm off-break bowler. Ashton was born on January 25, 1993, in Perth, Western Australia. Turner is 1.91 cm tall. Turner played ODI or 1 day international and T20 international cricket.
He contracted to Perth Scorchers and represented Western Australia at under-15, under-17, and under-19. Ashton captained the under-17 team on their National Championship win. He took eight wickets from six matches in quadrangular U-19 series including (Australia, Sri Lanka, India and West Indies) in September 2011. Ashton has the best bowling figure of 4/28 against Nepal in U-19.
He is the best all-around performer. Ashton has been recently selected for the Australia team and made his ODI debut on March 02, 2019, against India. He scored his highest ODI runs 84* unbeaten on 43 balls with a strike rate of 200. With the help of his 84* Australia achieved the highest one-day international run chase of 358 runs.
Turner made played only 5 games of limited over cricket T20 so far. He has batting averages of 105.00 and 6.00 in ODI and T20 cricket. Turner has stunning bowling figures 2/12 in ODI and usually his opens batting for Australia in T20 and comes at the 3rd wicket in ODI. He played in BBL for Perth Scorchers and drafted in IPL for Rajasthan Royals for season 2019.
Turner hasn’t played that much cricket for his national side as he just appeared in six ODI’s and 11 Twenty20’s. He smashed 84* unbeaten in just six matches with a single half-century. He played 91 Twenty20 of domestic structure scoring seven half-centuries. Turner mostly played first-class cricket List A, First-Class and T20s. He smashed 73 runs in Big Bash League as his highest individual innings.
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|Full Name||Ashton James Turner|
|Date of Birth||25 January 1993 Perth, Western Australia|
|Current Age||26 Years|
|Height||1.91 m (6 ft 3)|
|Playing Roll||Batting all-rounder|
|Bowling Style||Right-arm off break|
|ODI Debut||2 March 2019 v India|
|T20 Debut||17 February 2017 v Sri Lanka|
|Major Teams||Western Australia and Perth Scorchers|