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Jon Holland

Team flagAUS37 yrs
batting styleleft-arm orthodox spin Bowler
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Jon Holland Recent Form

Batting

VIC vs WACA, First class2 (8)
VIC vs NSW, First class12 (11)
VIC vs SACA, First class5 (6)
VIC vs SACA, First class6 (7) *
VIC vs QLD, First class5 (17) *
VIC vs QLD, First class0 (4)
VIC vs NSW, First class12 (15) *
VIC vs TAS, First class55 (50)
VIC vs TAS, First class0 (4) *
VIC vs SACA, First class28 (37)

Bowling

VIC vs WACA, First class3-15
VIC vs WACA, First class0-44
VIC vs NSW, First class1-25
VIC vs NSW, First class0-10
VIC vs SACA, First class2-63
VIC vs SACA, First class1-14
VIC vs QLD, First class3-24
VIC vs QLD, First class0-22
VIC vs NSW, First class0-21
VIC vs TAS, First class0-39

Jon Holland Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
Test47600313.043.0000----
BBL115005100.005.0000----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
Test4893.5963.784/20900106.67----
BBL11010.000.000/20000.00----

Carrer Debut Information

Test Debut
Sri Lanka vs Australia at Galle- August 04 - 06, 2016

Teams played for

Victoria Melbourne Stars Cricket Australia Chairmans XI Australia Australia A Adelaide Strikers Melbourne Renegades Cricket Australia XI

About Jon Holland

NameJon Holland
GenderMale
Birth29 May 1987
Birth PlaceSandringham, Victoria, Australia
Height1.81 m (5 ft 11 in)
NationalityAustralian

Jon Holland is a former Australian U-19 cricketer who has also spent time at the Centre of Excellence. A wily left-arm orthodox spinner, Holland made his first-class debut for Victoria at the age of 21 in the 2008-09 Sheffield Shield competition.... continue reading

Player Bio

Jon Holland is a former Australian U-19 cricketer who has also spent time at the Centre of Excellence. A wily left-arm orthodox spinner, Holland made his first-class debut for Victoria at the age of 21 in the 2008-09 Sheffield Shield competition.

Such was his talent and reputation that Holland was quickly drafted in the Australian A squad for their series against Pakistan A in 2009. He also made it to the 30-man probable squad for the Champions Trophy the same year.

Holland rose through the Australian teenage ranks and was also a member of the Australian squad for the 2006 U-19 World Cup. He played three games in the tournament and finished with four wickets under his belt.

Just when everything looked gloomy for the promising spinner, he was handed a surprise call-up for the tour of Sri Lanka in 2016. He made his much-anticipated Test debut in the second game of the series. He also played in the next Test as well and finished the series with 5 wickets, at an average of 54.8.

Apart from Victoria, Holland currently plays for Melbourne Renegades and has also featured for the Adelaide Strikers.

(As of November 2021)