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Jake Fraser-McGurk

Team flagAUS22 yrs
batting styleright handed Batter
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Jake Fraser-McGurk Recent Form

Batting

SFU vs TSK, T2011 (7)
SFU vs LAKR, T209 (7)
DC vs LSG, IPL0 (2)
DC vs RCB, IPL21 (8)
DC vs RR, IPL50 (20)
DC vs KKR, IPL12 (7)
DC vs MI, IPL84 (27)
DC vs GT, IPL23 (14)
DC vs SRH, IPL65 (18)
DC vs GT, IPL20 (10)
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Bowling

MLR vs BRH, BBL0-10
VIC vs NSW, First class0-10
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Jake Fraser-McGurk Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ODI22510041221.7425.5064----
IPL993300484234.0436.673228----
BBL35335420270124.3118.073726----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ODI2000.000.000000.00----
IPL9000.000.000000.00----
BBL351010.000.000/10000.00----

Teams played for

Victoria Melbourne Renegades Australia U19

About Jake Fraser-McGurk

NameJake Fraser-McGurk
GenderMale
Birth11 Apr 2002
Birth PlaceMelbourne, Victoria
Height5 ft 7 in
NationalityAustralian

Jake Fraser-McGurk burst onto the scene with his explosive batting in the Big Bash League (BBL). He made his debut in franchise cricket as an injury replacement in the 8th edition of the T20 league in Australia, and the very next year, he was rewarded with a full contract by Melbourne Renegades.... continue reading

Player Bio

Jake Fraser-McGurk burst onto the scene with his explosive batting in the Big Bash League (BBL). He made his debut in franchise cricket as an injury replacement in the 8th edition of the T20 league in Australia, and the very next year, he was rewarded with a full contract by Melbourne Renegades.

The attacking right-handed batter played for various underage Australian teams, including the Under 19 World Cup in 2020. 

In his First-Class debut in the Sheffield Shield for Victoria, he scored a half-century and did the same in his List A debut in the Marsh Cup. He achieved these feats before turning 18. 

Due to a lack of opportunities, Fraker-McGurk shifted his base from Victoria to South Australia to get more cricket ahead of the 2023-24 season. The move paid off for him almost instantly as he smashed the fastest-ever century in List A cricket, getting to the three-figure mark in just 29 deliveries. 

He followed that up with a good show in BBL 13, scoring 257 runs at a strike rate of 158. His impressive returns in BBL and other domestic cricket saw him earning his maiden Australia senior call-up. 

In his first international match, he played a quick-fire knock of 41 off just 18 balls and caught everyone’s attention. 

He went unsold at the Indian Premier League (IPL) auction in December 2023. However, Delhi Capitals roped him in as an injury replacement for South Africa pacer Lungi Ngidi. 

In his IPL debut, he smashed a half-century against Lucknow Super Giants. The top-order batter then registered the fastest fifty of the season, reaching the milestone in just 15 deliveries. 

Initially, Australia left him out of their squad for the T20 World Cup 2024 despite his impressive outings in the IPL but later, they drafted him as a travelling reserve. 

Just 22 years of age, Fraser-McGurk is already being called as the right-handed David Warner in Australian cricket. If he stays fit and continues his fearless approach, he will end up as one of the greats of Australian cricket.

(As of May 2024)