Jeff Wilson

Born Oct 24, 1973
Nationality New Zealand New Zealand
Team History
New Zealand National Cricket Team New Zealand 1993 - 2005

Jeff Wilson is a right handed batsman and right arm fast medium bowler who plays for New Zealand. He has also played for Otago.

Wilson debuted in One day Internationals on 19th March 1993 at Dunedin against Australia. In this match, he bowled 10 overs, none of which were maidens, conceded 58 runs and took 1 wicket. He batted at the No. 7 position, could not score any runs in 4 deliveries and was bowled by Reiffel. Australia won by 129 runs. Wilson played in just one Twenty20 International on 17th February 2005 at Auckland against Australia. In this match, he bowled 4 overs, none of which were maiden, conceded 43 runs and did not take a wicket. He batted at the No. 9 position and scored 18 runs in 14 deliveries and was bowled by McGrath. Australia won this match by 44 runs.

Career Highlights

Wilson played in 6 One day International matches in which he bowled 242 deliveries, conceded 260 runs and took 4 wickets. His bowling average was 65 and economy rate 6.44. He scored 103 runs with not out 44 as the highest score. His batting average was 20.60 and strike rate 91.96. He participated in 39 first class matches, in which he bowled 7174 deliveries, conceded 3113 runs and took 129 wickets at a bowling average of 24.13 and economy rate 2.60.

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