- Central Districts Stags 2000 - present
Jamie Michael How is right handed batsman with the New Zealand cricket team. He can also bowl right arm medium and right arm offbreak. How is a sensible batsman and is known for accumulating huge scores.
Jamie How made his debut in 2000 in first class cricket. In 2003, in matches against the Northern Districts club and the Canterbury club, How scored 163 not out and 158 runs respectively. He made his debut in International Cricket in a match against Sri Lanka on 31st December, 2005 where he played an amazing 58 runs in 95 balls which also included 8 fours and 1 six which helped New Zealand win the match and the series.
In 2006, How was selected to play his first test match against the West Indies. He failed to perform and make runs and struggled to reach 50 in his first 10 innings. In 2007, how reached his first fifty in test against England when he score 92 runs. In 2008, How scored 139 off 116 balls in a 50 over match against England in Napier to help his team chase 340 runs, which eventually ended in a tie.
He has captained the New Zealand side in the absence of Daniel Vettori. He has also played in the Twenty20 format and has appeared in five matches and made 56 runs.
In a total of 41 ODI’s that How has played, he has a total of 1046 runs with a strike rate of 66.53, his highest score is 139. How also has 772 runs in 19 test matches that he has played.
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