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Gavin Main

Team flagSCO29 yrs
batting styleright-arm fast Bowler
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Gavin Main Recent Form

Batting

SCO vs NED, T20I0 (1)
SCO vs UAE, T20I0 (2) *
SCO vs USA, ODI0 (0) *
SCO vs NZ, T20I12 (14) *
SCO vs NEP, ODI64 (59) *
SCO vs USA, ODI5 (17)
SCO vs ZIM, T20I0 (0) *
SCO vs NED, ODI13 (11) *
DUR vs KT, First class0 (5) *
DUR vs NOR, First class13 (18)
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Bowling

SCO vs NED, T20I0-22
SCO vs NED, T20I2-26
SCO vs UAE, T20I1-18
SCO vs UAE, T20I0-34
SCO vs IRE, T20I1-44
SCO vs DEN, T20I0-21
SCO vs AUT, T20I2-13
SCO vs ITA, T20I5-26
SCO vs JSY, T20I1-35
SCO vs GER, T20I2-8
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Gavin Main Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ODI14482016494.2582.0071----
T20I16412001270.5912.0020----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ODI1414305.2618.975/524121.63----
T20I1614198.4818.005/260112.74----

Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
Scotland vs P.N.G. at Aberdeen - August 17, 2019
T20I Debut
Ireland vs Scotland at Bready - June 19, 2015

Teams played for

Scotland Scotland U19 Durham Edinburgh Rocks

About Gavin Main

NameGavin Main
GenderMale
Birth28 Feb 1995
Birth PlaceLanark, Scotland
NationalityScottish

A genuine pace bowler, Gavin Main is a professional cricketer for the Scottish national team and one of the brightest prospects who possesses a lethal yorker with a classical top-arm action. Main made his first-class debut for Durham against Northants in May 2014.... continue reading

Player Bio

A genuine pace bowler, Gavin Main is a professional cricketer for the Scottish national team and one of the brightest prospects who possesses a lethal yorker with a classical top-arm action. Main made his first-class debut for Durham against Northants in May 2014.

Having made his way through the Scotland ranks, representing Scotland U19s at the ICC U19 World Cup in Australia, New Zealand and in Dubai. Main made his Scotland debut against the Netherlands in 2013, his chances in the national team have been limited due to a number of injuries, including a fractured back.

He featured for his country as Scotland secured their first win on the global stage, beating Hong Kong in the ICC World T20 in India in 2016. The quick bowler has only featured in two first-class matches for Durham since then, against Northants & Kent in 2017.

(As of May 2021)