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Mitchell McClenaghan – New Zealand No.1 cricketer ICC Profile, Run Records

Mitchell McClenaghan – IPL Profile , Ranking, Score Card, Batting & Bowling Career

Mitchell  McClenaghan is a New Zealand international cricketer, his full name is Mitchell John McClenaghan. He was  Born 11 June 1986 (age 34 years), Hastings, New Zealand. This is a Left-arm fast medium bowlere. Now he is 34 Years Old.

Mitchell  McClenaghan – Personal Information , Career,  Records Biography

 

 

  • Born: 11 June 1986 (age 34 years), Hastings, New Zealand       
  • ODI debut (cap 176): 19 January 2013 v South Africa
  • Last ODI: 25 January 2016 v Pakistan
  • Bowling: Left-arm fast medium
  • T20I debut (cap 57): 21 December 2012 v South Africa
  • Last T20I: 31 May 2018 v West Indies

 

The Cricket Career of  Mitchell McClenaghan

The most recent addition to the ever-growing group of cricket fans in New Zealand is none other than Mitchell McClenaghan.

As with many popular international athletes and sports personalities, Mitchell McClenaghan maintains his private life separate from his sporting career.

While he remains a part of the national cricket team, he has also taken on a leading role in setting up the annual NZ Cricket Festival.

Mitchell McClenaghan

Like so many sports celebrities, Mitchell McClenaghan is capable of opening the batting for his team and can bowl good death overs too.

He was one of the major players in the recent New Zealand Test team, which reached the semifinals at the recent world cup.

However, his professional cricket career took off when he made his debut for the New Zealand MCC side against Pakistan in March this year. He made an immediate impression on his coach Peter Moores and his teammates in the first game of the series.

Mitchell McClenaghan has also been part of several other professional teams in the recent past. Apart from the New Zealand squad, he also captained the New Zealand Under-19s side during the recent World Cup tournament.

However, it was during that period that he developed an intense relationship with former England bowler Matthew Hoggard. During their time as a professional cricket team, the pair were part of the England side that won the 2020 world cup in Sri Lanka.

Mitchell has also played a crucial role in helping England to qualify for the next world cup in the forthcoming tournament.

 

Earlier, he played for the Australia A side in the 2020-2020 season. It was during that time that he was able to prove his mettle on the cricket field by playing the last ten Tests of that season in the field of New Zealand.

It was during this period that he became one of the most successful all-round players in the country’s domestic cricket circuit.

After retiring from the Australian Cricket League (ACAL) at the end of the 2020-2020 season, he continued to play for the New Zealand Cricket Team until 2020.

This enabled him to win numerous awards including the prestigious International Cricket Association (ICA) International Cricketers’ Player of the Year award and the New Zealand Cricket Players’ Award for his outstanding achievements.

He also became the only cricketer to be inducted into the New Zealand Cricket Hall of Fame since the inception of the governing body. in 1878.

Mitchell is also a member of the Cricket Writers’ Association of New Zealand (CWANZ).

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One of his many achievements is being a member of the selection committee of the New Zealand Cricket Museum, which is where he works alongside several great cricketers such as Brian Graham, Geoff Boycott and Graham Smith. Mitchell McClenaghan is also a member of the NZ Cricket Hall of Fame and is listed amongst the top 100 cricketers in the New Zealand book of honour in the official cricket publications.

Mitchell McClenaghan is an accomplished cricketer, but he also has some interesting quirks to his personality. One example is that he is a “hard nut”, not afraid to speak his mind or share his feelings on any given subject.

Despite his success as a cricket star and the wealth of achievements that he possesses, he still feels obliged to give back to the community by donating his time and money to local charity projects. He is also an active member of the NZ Cricket Board.

Despite his many successes in his cricket career, Mitchell McClenaghan  has always remained an individualist who strives for individual recognition.

Despite the pressure placed on cricketers to be a part of a team, he has always preferred to be part of a team himself. He is one of the few players who have managed to stay grounded in the midst of immense pressure and become a respected and successful cricketer.

Career Bowling Stats

  • Left-Arm Medium Fast Bowler

IPL 2018: Mitchell McClenaghan replaces Jason Behrendorff in Mumbai Indians squad

Format
M
Inn
B
Mdn
Runs
W
BB
Econ
Avg
SR
4W
5W
ODI
2013–16
48
45
2336
11
2313
82
5/58
5.94
28.2
28.5
6
1
T20I
2012–18
29
29
608
2
789
30
3/17
7.78
26.3
20.3
0
0
IPL
2015–19
56
56
1274
1
1803
71
4/21
8.49
25.4
17.9
1
0
1st class
2007–17
38
71
7353
234
4360
117
8/23
3.55
37.3
62.8
3
3
List A
2007–18
99
94
4793
38
4551
180
6/41
5.70
25.3
26.6
12
3
T20
2012–
193
189
4105
2
5820
229
3/17
7.99
25.4
17.9
0
0

Career Batting Stats

  • Left-Handed Batsman

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Format
M
Inn
NO
Runs
HS
Avg
BF
BF
SR
100s
50s
ODI
2013–16
48
14
10
108
34*
27.0
138
43
78.3
0
0
T20I
2012–18
29
8
4
24
10
6.0
23
8
104.3
0
0
IPL
2015–19
56
24
11
85
20
6.5
70
8
121.4
0
0
1st class
2007–17
38
45
14
444
73*
14.3
1095
108
40.5
0
1
List A
2007–18
99
40
19
303
34*
14.4
396
43
76.5
0
0
T20
2012–
193
70
32
229
10
6.0
200
8
114.5
0
0
  • Career Fielding Stats

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Format
Catches
Run Outs
Stumpings
ODI
2013–16
4
4
0
T20I
2012–18
7
0
0
IPL
2015–19
1
0
0
1st class
2007–17
8
2
0
List A
2007–18
14
8
0
T20
2012–
30
0
0
ODI debut
vs South Africa at Boland Park, Jan 19, 2013
Last ODI
vs Pakistan at Basin Reserve, Jan 25, 2016
T20 debut
vs South Africa at Kingsmead, Dec 21, 2012
Last T20
vs West Indies at Lord’s, May 31, 2018
IPL debut
vs Royal Challengers Bangalore at M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Apr 19, 2015
Last IPL
vs Chennai Super Kings at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, May 12, 2019
Recent matches
Bat & BowlTeamOppositionGroundMatch DateScorecard
0/14Kingsv SultansLahore6 Mar 2020T20
3/32, 5Aucklandv WellingtonWellington19 Jan 2020T20
0/45Aucklandv OtagoDunedin17 Jan 2020T20
0/31Aucklandv WellingtonWellington12 Jan 2020T20
0/42Aucklandv Northern DAuckland10 Jan 2020T20
2/30Aucklandv Central DAuckland4 Jan 2020T20
0/49Aucklandv CanterburyAuckland1 Jan 2020T20
5, 1/24Aucklandv WellingtonAuckland30 Dec 2019T20
0/29Aucklandv Central DNew Plymouth28 Dec 2019T20
1/43, 1*Aucklandv Northern DHamilton22 Dec 2019T20
Teams – 
New Zealand, Central Stags, Auckland, New Zealand A, Lancashire, Worcestershire, Mumbai Indians, Middlesex, St Lucia Zouks, Durban Qalandars, Sydney Sixers, Sydney Thunder, Lahore Qalandars, World XI, Nangarhar Leopards, Punjabi Legends, Belfast Titans, Toronto Nationals, Maratha Arabians, Karachi Kings

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