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Grant Stewart

Team flagAUS30 yrs
batting styleAll Rounder
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Grant Stewart Recent Form

Batting

KT vs GLCS, T20-Blast0 (2)
KT vs SOM, T20-Blast1 (1) *
KT vs MDX, T20-Blast3 (5) *
KT vs SOM, T20-Blast0 (1) *
KT vs HAM, T20-Blast7 (5)
KT vs MDX, T20-Blast5 (3) *
KT vs ESS, First class27 (59) *
KT vs ESS, First class1 (10)
KT vs SOM, First class37 (41)
KT vs SOM, First class1 (4)
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Bowling

KT vs SUS, T20-Blast0-51
KT vs GLCS, T20-Blast0-12
KT vs SOM, T20-Blast1-13
KT vs MDX, T20-Blast1-18
KT vs SOM, T20-Blast0-33
KT vs HAM, T20-Blast1-40
KT vs MDX, T20-Blast2-22
KT vs ESS, First class0-91
KT vs SOM, First class3-129
KT vs SOM, First class0-25
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Grant Stewart Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
T20I14133600376162.9027.693027----
T20-Blast31191530037161.0515.30812----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
T20I149105.4418.503/291020.40----
T20-Blast31314310.1221.074/483012.49----

Carrer Debut Information

T20I Debut
Denmark vs Italy at Almeria - October 15, 2021
T20-Blast Debut
Gloucestershire v Kent County Ground, Bristol, 1-6-2022

Teams played for

Kent Sussex

About Grant Stewart

NameGrant Stewart
GenderMale
Birth19 Feb 1994
Birth PlaceKalgoorlie, Western Australia
Height6 ft 0 in
NationalityAustralian

A big, strong lad who hits it a mile and bowls with reasonable pace - that’s the simplest yet finest explanation of what Grant Stewart is. Apart from being a hardcore cricketer, he is a qualified Civil Engineer too, of Australian-Italian descent. Courtesy of his EU passport, Stewart is contracted by Kent CCC and plays for them as a non-overseas player. ... continue reading

Player Bio

A big, strong lad who hits it a mile and bowls with reasonable pace - that’s the simplest yet finest explanation of what Grant Stewart is. Apart from being a hardcore cricketer, he is a qualified Civil Engineer too, of Australian-Italian descent. Courtesy of his EU passport, Stewart is contracted by Kent CCC and plays for them as a non-overseas player. 

Stewart, initially, started as a wicket-keeper and leg-spin bowler, but later he converted to play as a fast bowler. In Australia, he represented the New South Wales Country XI till 2016, before shifting to the United Kingdom. The all-rounder migrated to play cricket in the Kent Cricket League, where he played for HSBC and Sandwich Town. By 2017, he started representing the Kent Second XI, and due to the shortage of pacers in the First XI, the county signed a professional contract with Stewart. 

The Australian-born made his first-class debut in the final game of the 2017 Championship season and made his List-A debut in West Indies’ Super50 league in 2018, before getting his hamstring injured. Stewart returned to the side in a day/night match against Middlesex, where he scalped six wickets and ended the match with 9 for 54. The following day he scored his maiden first-class century, setting a record for Kent by smacking the highest score made by a number 10 batsman. 

After a magnificent 2018 season, the all-rounder was again hit by the hamstring in 2019. However, he again made an inspirational comeback that earned him a two-year contract extension in January 2020, keeping him at the club until 2022. The following year, the Kent all-rounder announced that he would play for the Italian cricket team in the final of the 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup Europe Qualifier tournament. 

At 27, Stewart has proven his worth as a utility cricketer, across the globe, his prowess is well-suited for both red and white ball games. The all-rounder knows to make the new ball talk, while he knows the art to break partnerships with the older one too. And his lower-order batting is equally brilliant as well. 

(As of June 2021)