Teams Played For
Australia, Cricket Australia Invitational XI, Western Australia, National Performance Squad, Australia A, Hobart Hurricanes
The nephew of the former Australian legend Tom Moody, David is a professional Australian cricketer who represented Cricket Australia XI before getting his first chance in first-class cricket when the injury-ridden bowling department of Western Australia ran out of sorts.
David made his first-class debut against a star-studded New South Wales team in the 2014-15 Sheffield Shield on February 25th, 2018 and struck 6 wickets in what turned out to be a phenomenal debut for the youngster. After an impressive debut season, he earned various call-ups from multiple invitational sides before being selected to play in a warm-up match for the Aussies prior to the 2015 ICC World Cup.
The 26-year old pacer scalped 3 wickets against Bangladesh in a warm-up game but didn’t get an opportunity in the main event. Prior to the eighth edition of the Big Bash League (BBL), David signed for the Hobart Hurricanes and featured in 5 matches in his debut season. Yet to make an appearance since his debut season, he would be looking to bounce back in the upcoming edition of the BBL.
(As of November 2021)