Tom Curran Profile, Career Info, Records & Stats

Tom Curran

Thomas Kevin Curran is an English Cricketer. Tom Curran was born on 12 March 1995 Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa. He plays for Surrey during County Championship. South African-born England cricketer Tom Curran is a right-arm medium-fast bowler who usually bowls death overs for England Cricket Team. Curran has been very impressive in the year 2019 when he got a chance and played a few One Day Internation during the Pakistan Tour of England 2019. As a result, England won the series with 4-0 of which one match abandoned due to rain.

Curran made his first-class debut for Surrey against Cambridge University in April 2014 while he made his List A debut for Surrey against Essex in August 2013. Tom played for Kolkata Knight Riders during Indian Premier League Season 2018. He represented Sydney Sixers in the Big Bash League. Tom Curran played T20 Global League during its inaugural edition in 2017 and represented Cape Town Knight Riders.

Tom Curran played under-15, under-17 and under-19 level and represented KwaZulu-Natal Inland. He won the Cricket Writers’ Club Young Cricketer of the Year award for his performances in 2015.

Tom Curran Career Stats

Match FormatTestODIT20First Class
Matches 2131058
Runs Scored6671101,211
Batting Averages33.0023.6610.0017.52
Strike Rate55.00109.23125.0050.75
Balls Bowled39655718610,173
Bowling Averages100.0032.2753.0628.61
5-Wickets Haul17
Best Bowling1/655/354/367/20
ICC Batting Rankings
ICC Bowling Rankings

Tom Curran Profile

Full NameThomas Kevin Curran
Date of Birth12 March 1995 Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
Current Age24
Height6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
T-Shirt No.59
Playing RollBowler
Batting StyleRight-handed
Bowling StyleRight-arm fast medium
Test Debut26 December 2017 v Australia
ODI Debut29 September 2017 v West Indies
T20 Debut23 June 2017 v South Africa
Last Test4 January 2018 v Australia
Last ODI2 March 2019 v West Indies
Last T2010 March 2019 v West Indies
Twitter @_tc59
Instagram @_tc59
Major Teams                                      England, England Lions, Kolkata Knight Riders, KwaZulu-Natal Inland Under-19s, Surrey, Surrey 2nd XI, Sydney Sixers
Updated: 08/11/2019 — 11:06 am