Ian Billcliff

Role Batsman
Born Oct 26, 1972
Nationality Canada Canada
Team History
Otago cricket team 1990 - present
Wellington cricket team 1995 - present
Auckland cricket team 1997 - present

Ian Billcliff is a right arm medium bowler and right handed batsman of the Canada cricket team. The other teams for whom he has played are Wellington, Otago and Auckland.

Ian Billcliff played his first One day International on 11th February 2003 at Durban (Kingsmead) against Bangladesh. He was allocated the no. 4 batting slot where he scored 42 runs in 63 deliveries. Canada won this match by 60 runs. The last One day International of Billcliff was played on 1st July 2008 at King City (Maple Leaf North-West Ground) against Bermuda. He batted at the No. 5 position and scored 10 runs in 9 balls. While fielding he took 1 catch. Canada was victorious in this match by 77 runs.

Career Highlights

Ian Billcliff represented Canada in 16 One day Internationals and in these scored 478 runs with 93 runs as his highest score. His batting strike rate was 67.32 and batting average was 29.87. He hit 39 fours, 7 sixers and 4 half centuries and took 4 catches. He participated in 46 first class matches and scored 1964 runs in these at a batting average of 24.55. His highest score was 126 and he took 28 catches while hitting 2 centuries and 9 fifties. He bowled 109 deliveries in which 61 runs were scored and 1 wicket was taken.

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