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Luke Jongwe

Team flagZIM29 yrs
batting styleAll Rounder
#62 All Rounder in T20I
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Luke Jongwe Recent Form

Batting

ZIM vs IND, T20I33 (26)
ZIM vs IND, T20I1 (3)
ZIM vs BAN, T20I1 (2)
ZIM vs BAN, T20I2 (3)
ZIM vs BAN, T20I2 (3)
ZIM vs BAN, T20I2 (6)
ZIM vs SL, T20I2 (7)
ZIM vs SL, T20I25 (12) *
ZIM vs SL, T20I13 (8) *
ZIM vs SL, ODI14 (17)
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Bowling

ZIM vs IND, T20I0-53
ZIM vs IND, T20I1-28
ZIM vs BAN, T20I1-33
ZIM vs BAN, T20I3-20
ZIM vs BAN, T20I0-33
ZIM vs BAN, T20I2-35
ZIM vs BAN, T20I1-14
ZIM vs SL, T20I2-32
ZIM vs SL, T20I0-38
ZIM vs SL, ODI0-10
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Luke Jongwe Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ODI4336430004683.8213.87427----
T20I65485090035121.4815.424515----
Test1256003759.5728.00100----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ODI4339405.6833.485/61135.38----
T20I6557668.6422.264/185015.45----
Test1114.0068.001/6800102.00----

Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
Zimbabwe vs South Africa at Bulawayo- August 17, 2014
T20I Debut
Zimbabwe vs South Africa at Bulawayo - August 17, 2014
Test Debut
Zimbabwe vs Pakistan at Harare - May 07 - 10, 2021

Teams played for

Zimbabwe U19 Zimbabwe

About Luke Jongwe

NameLuke Jongwe
GenderMale
Birth6 Feb 1995
Birth PlaceHarare, Zimbabwe
Height5 ft 11 in
NationalityZimbabwean

A promising bowling all-rounder, Luke Jongwe is a professional cricketer for the Zimbabwe national team who started his cricketing journey more as a batsman than a bowler but hasn’t been able to make a name of himself with the willow in hand in the national colors.... continue reading

Player Bio

A promising bowling all-rounder, Luke Jongwe is a professional cricketer for the Zimbabwe national team who started his cricketing journey more as a batsman than a bowler but hasn’t been able to make a name of himself with the willow in hand in the national colors.


Jongwe arrived at the domestic stage in December 2013 as a teenager and got his big break into the national team eight months later. The Harare-born all-rounder made his international debut in an ODI match against the Proteas on August 17th, 2014, and was dismissed on 19 runs by Imran Tahir chasing a mammoth total of 310. 


After a handful of international games under his belt, Jongwe suffered a head injury in a practice match against UAE weeks before the T20 World Cup and was ruled out of the coveted tournament. He made a comeback to international cricket five years later making his Test debut against Pakistan on May 7th, 2021. 


The star paceman hogged the limelight when he stole the show in a T20 match against Pakistan. Chasing a low target of 119 in Harare, Pakistan succumbed to an upset with a 19-run loss as Jongwe returned with his career-best figures of 4/18 not even allowing the Men in Green to cross even the 100-run mark.


Jongwe’s career has been revived since he made a comeback to international cricket. Still quite a young personality, he will be hoping to transform his game into another level to reach new heights in his illustrated career with a team that lacks decent all-rounders.


(As of July 2021)