Michael Vaughan

Role Batsman
Born Oct 29, 1974
Nationality England England
Team History
England national women's cricket team England national women's 2001 - 2007

Michael Vaughan is a right handed batsman and right arm offbreak bowler who plays for England cricket team. He has also played for Yorkshire.

Vaughan played his first Test match on 25th November 1999 at Johannesburg against South Africa. In the 1st innings, he batted at the No. 4 position and scored 33 runs in 84 deliveries and was caught by Boucher off the bowling of Pollock. He bowled 11 overs, out of which 2 were maidens, conceded 39 runs and could not take a wicket. In the 2nd innings, he batted at the No. 4 position and scored 5 runs in 38 deliveries and was leg before wicket to Donald. South Africa won this match by an innings and 21 runs. Vaughan debuted in One day Internationals on 23rd March 2001 at Dambulla against Sri Lanka. In this match, he batted at the No. 5 position and scored 9 runs in 20 deliveries and was stumped by Kaluwitharana off the bowling of Muralitharan. Vaughan bowled 1 over, which was not a maiden, conceded 3 runs and could not take any wicket. Sri Lanka won this match by 5 wickets with 55 deliveries to spare.

Career Highlights

Vaughan has appeared in 82 Test matches in which he has scored 5719 runs at a batting average of 41.44 and strike rate of 51.13. His highest score has been 197 and he has hit 18 hundreds, 18 fifties, 742 boundaries and 22 sixers. He has taken 44 catches. In One day Internationals, he has played in 86 matches and has scored 1982 runs at a batting average of 27.15 and strike rate of 68.39. His highest score has been an unbeaten 90 and he has hit 16 half centuries, 204 boundaries and 13 sixers. He has taken 25 catches.

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