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Team flagENG36 yrs
batting styleright handed Batter
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Recent Form

6 (10) vs BP, 100B
20 (14) *vs MO, 100B
4 (5) vs HAM, T20-Blast
19 (15) vs HAM, T20-Blast
64 (46) vs KT, T20-Blast
14 (19) vs SOM, T20-Blast
5 (11) vs SUS, T20-Blast
16 (8) vs SOM, T20-Blast
10 (7) vs GLM, T20-Blast
0 (1) vs KT, T20-Blast
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Career Stats

BBL
PSL
100B
T20-Blast
Matches6
Innings6
Runs239
100s0
50s2
HS71
SR141.42
Avg59.75
Fours19
Sixes9
Duck outs--
Rank--
Debut:Adelaide Strikers v Perth Scorchers Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, 14-1-2022

Teams played for

Gloucestershire Adelaide Strikers Karachi Kings Welsh Fire (Men)

About Ian Cockbain

NameIan Cockbain
GenderMale
Birth17 Feb 1987
Birth PlaceLiverpool, Lancashire
NationalityEnglish

Ian Andrew Cockbain is an English cricketer who has been representing Gloucestershire since his debut in 2010. He has emerged as a reliable middle-order batsman, however, Cockbain has cherished more in the shorter formats, and his staggering number in the T20 Blast proves his potential. ... continue reading

Player Bio

Ian Andrew Cockbain is an English cricketer who has been representing Gloucestershire since his debut in 2010. He has emerged as a reliable middle-order batsman, however, Cockbain has cherished more in the shorter formats, and his staggering number in the T20 Blast proves his potential. 

The Liverpool-born is a son of a First-class cricketer, Ian Cockbain, who arrived in Bristol following three years as an MCC Young Cricketer. He impressed everyone with a maiden First-Class century against Middlesex and backed with a 46-ball 78 in a T20, before sealing the spot in Gloucestershire across formats with a couple of astonishing performances. 

In 2015, Cockbain enjoyed his best-ever T20 season with 392 runs at an average of 39.2 and continued the form in the following season by becoming the third-highest run-scorer in the T20 Blast. In 2019, he topped the team average in the Vitality Blast with 34.62 and also finished third in the run tally. 

Post the T20 Blast of 2020, the dasher broke into a prestigious list in the history of England’s domestic T20 competition after scoring 2,949 runs at an average of 42.13, including seven T20 centuries. Cockbain holds the record for most T20 appearances for his Club and is regarded as the best-ever batter to have played the T20 league. 

In 2021, the Gloucestershire cricketer signed up for a deal with Welsh Fire for the inaugural edition of the Hundred. The seasoned campaigner has been proving his worth in the shortest game on countless occasions, and the 100-ball seems like a tailor-made format for a player like Cockbain.

(As of April 2021)