33 George Worker

George Worker Cricket Player
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Cricket player George Worker represents the New Zealand National Cricket Team. Since joining the club in 2015, he has enjoyed success with the team. On August 23, 1989, George Worker was born in Palmerston North. In the T20 format in 2015, George Worker made his debut for the New Zealand National Cricket Team.

George Worker Bio

Full Name George Herrick Worker
Nickname George Worker
Birthday August 23, 1989
Birthplace Palmerston North
Age 32 Years
Nationality New Zealand
Star Sign Leo
Country New Zealand
Profession Cricketer
School Palmerston North Boys High School

George Worker Height & Weight

Height 183 cm
Weight 75 Kg
Bust Updating Soon
Waist Updating Soon
Hip Updating Soon
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Blue
Shoe Size 4 US
Dress Size 8 US

Worker Cricket Info

Batting Style Left-hand Bat
Bowling Style Slow Left arm Orthodox
Role Allrounder
Teams  New Zealand, Central Stags, New Zealand A, New Zealand XI, Central Districts, Montreal Tigers, Jamaica Tallawahs, Auckland
Test Debut N/A
T20 Debut 9 August 2015 vs Zim
ODI Debut 23 August 2015 vs SA

Net Worth

Net Worth $1 million – $6 million
Annual Salary Not Known

Family

Father Name Not Known
Mother Name Not Known
Wife Not Known
Children Not Known
Siblings Not Known

George Worker 159 off 151 balls!!  Ford Trophy Final 2016

Career

He was chosen on June 3rd, 2018, in the player draught for the inaugural Global T20 Canada tournament to represent the Montreal Tigers.

He was one of twenty players who received new contracts from New Zealand Cricket in May 2018 for the 2018–19 campaign.

He has been called up to play in place of Neil Broom for the final two Twenty20 Internationals against Bangladesh on January 5, 2017, but if he is not chosen to play that day, he will be released to play for Central District in the Domestic Twenty20 Final on January 7. He was also released when it was revealed Jimmy Neesham would take Broom’s place.

He was included in New Zealand’s Test team in November 2017 for their matchup with the West Indies. The worker scored 659 runs in 10 matches for the Ford Trophy in the 2016–17 season.

On August 9, 2015, he made his Twenty20 international debut for New Zealand. On August 23, 2015, he played in his first One Day International for New Zealand against South Africa.

George Worker was included in the 12-man New Zealand team for their August 2015 tour of Zimbabwe after Mitchell Santner was forced to withdraw due to injury. On August 9, 2015, he made his debut abroad at the solitary Twenty20 International.

He finished the game’s highest scorer with 62 runs off 38 balls, including 4 sixes and 3 fours. The worker was the match’s MVP as New Zealand handily prevailed.

On August 9, 2015, he made his Twenty20 international debut for New Zealand. On August 23, 2015, he played in his first One Day International for New Zealand against South Africa.

The worker was included in the 12-man New Zealand team for their August 2015 tour of Zimbabwe after Mitchell Santner was forced to withdraw due to injury. On August 9, 2015, he made his debut abroad at the solitary Twenty20 International. He finished the game’s highest scorer with 62 runs off 38 balls, including 4 sixes and 3 fours. George Worker was the match’s MVP as New Zealand handily prevailed.

In December 2007, he made his first-class debut for Central Districts, opening the batting and scoring 71 runs. For two years, he led the first eleven at Palmerston North Boys High School, where Jacob Oram had also studied. He previously competed for the Central Districts Under 19 team. He led the New Zealand Under-19s, competed in the 2008 ICC Under-19 World Cup in Malaysia, and then traveled to England.

Worker, a true all-rounder for Central Districts who bats in the top order and bowls left-arm spin, made his first-class debut in December 2007 and scored 71 on his debut.

Before joining the Canterbury Wizards for the 2011–12 season, he played over 80 games in all three formats with the Stags, including the 2010 Champions League tournament in South Africa. There, he just scored his first first-class hundred (120*) against Auckland Aces.

Cricketer George Herrick Worker represents New Zealand internationally. He was born on August 23, 1989. In August 2015, after Mitchell Santner was forced to withdraw due to injury, he was added to the New Zealand team for their tour of Zimbabwe.

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