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Daniel Worrall

Team flagAUS32 yrs
batting styleright-arm fast-medium Bowler
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Daniel Worrall Recent Form

Batting

GG vs MIE, 6 (9)
SEC vs DSG, 1 (1) *
SEC vs PC, 2 (4) *
SEC vs DSG, 0 (2)
SUR vs HAM, First class0 (5)
SUR vs HAM, First class1 (1) *
SUR vs NOR, First class0 (4)
SUR vs WARKS, First class28 (24)
LS vs OI, 100B0 (1) *
SUR vs SOM, First class10 (9)
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Bowling

SUR vs KT, First class2-33
GG vs DC, 0-38
GG vs MIE, 3-15
SEC vs DSG, 2-15
SEC vs DSG, 0-11
SEC vs PR, 1-41
SEC vs PR, 1-27
SEC vs JSK, 3-20
SEC vs MICT, 1-32
SEC vs PC, 2-29
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Daniel Worrall Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ODI316006150.000.0010----
BBL48211470162120.4913.36134----
100B7100000.000.0000----
T20-Blast103400244.444.0000----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ODI3316.49171.001/4300158.00----
BBL4847417.9431.052/123023.46----
100B7796.1316.333/241013.33----
T20-Blast101098.5728.562/360020.00----

Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
Ireland vs Australia at Benoni- September 27, 2016
100B Debut London Spirit v Oval Invincibles Lord's Cricket Ground, London, 2-8-2023
T20-Blast Debut
Surrey v Gloucestershire Kennington Oval, London, 31-5-2022

Teams played for

South Australia Melbourne Stars Australia A Australia Prime Ministers XI Gloucestershire

About Daniel Worrall

NameDaniel Worrall
GenderMale
Birth10 Jul 1991
Birth PlaceMelbourne, Victoria, Australia
Height6 ft 0 in
NationalityAustralian

The tall, well-built right-arm pacer known for his ability to swing the ball, Daniel Worrall is a professional Australian cricketer who made his debut for South Australia in 2012 but struggled to hold down a permanent place in both Sheffield Shield and the one-day side.... continue reading

Player Bio

The tall, well-built right-arm pacer known for his ability to swing the ball, Daniel Worrall is a professional Australian cricketer who made his debut for South Australia in 2012 but struggled to hold down a permanent place in both Sheffield Shield and the one-day side.

A late bloomer to cricket, Worrall’s boost in pace saw him from being a commerce student in Melbourne to a South Australian rookie in 2012-13. A dominant season in the domestic limited-overs format saw him get a chance at the highest level for Australia. He made his ODI debut against Ireland on September 27th, 2016 but failed to secure his spot in the limited-overs Australian side.

Nicknamed “Franky”, the Melbourne-born pacer suffered a stress fracture during his stint for the English county side Gloucestershire. He bounced back in the last 5 matches for Melbourne Stars with a career-best 4/23 against Hobart Hurricanes in the semi-finals of the eighth edition of the Big Bash League (BBL). 

Worrall’s ability to take the ball away from the right-handers particularly with the new ball makes him a great asset for any side.

(As of November 2021)