Luke Wright PROFILE

 General Information
Full Name Luke James Wright
Born March 7, 1985, Grantham, Lincolnshire
Current Age 36 years 28 days
Major Teams England, Abahani Limited, Dhaka Gladiators, England Lions, England Under-19s, Impi, Leicestershire, Leicestershire Cricket Board, Melbourne Stars, Pune Warriors, Quetta Gladiators, Rajshahi Kings, Sussex, Team Abu Dhabi, Wellington
Playing Role Top-order batsman
Batting Style Right-hand bat
Bowling Style Right-arm medium
 Luke Wright Career Statistics
Batting & Fielding Statistics
Test ODI T20
Matches Played 50 51
Innings Played 39 45
Not Outs 4 5
Runs 707 759
Highest 52 99*
Average 20.20 18.97
Balls Faced 820 554
St/R 86.21 137.00
100's 0 0
50's 2 4
4's 63 68
6's 18 31
Catches Taken 18 14
Stumpings Made 0 0
Bowling Statistics
Test ODI T20
Matches Played 50 51
Innings Played 37 23
Balls 1038 330
Runs 884 465
Wickets 15 18
Best Inning Bowling 2/34 2/24
Best Match Bowling 2/34 2/24
Average 58.93 25.83
Economy Rate 5.10 8.45
St/R 69.2 18.3
4 Wickets 0 0
5 Wickets 0 0
10 Wickets 0 0

Luke Wright PROFILE

Luke James Wright (born 7 March 1985) is an English cricketer. He is a right-handed batsman and a right-arm medium bowler. Born in Grantham, Wright joined Sussex in 2004, having started his career at Leicestershire. He was named in England's squad for the Under-19 World Cup in 2004, and joined the International Twenty20 squad for the 2007 Twenty20 World Championship in September 2007. He made his One Day International debut on 5 September 2007 against India. Wright hit a century on debut for Sussex, and has won the Denis Compton medal on three separate occasions during his domestic career. On 26 June 2007 he smashed his maiden domestic Twenty20 Cup century, scoring 103 from only 45 balls, including 11 fours and six sixes before being bowled by Yasir Arafat in Sussex's 7 wicket win over Kent at Canterbury. Although Sussex was defeated in the semi-finals, Wright ended up as the highest run scorer of the competition. Wright has also found success in the longer one day formats, hitting 125 against Gloucestershire from 73 deliveries. Wright represented England at Under-17 level. In 2003 he traveled to Australia with the Under-19 team and took a hat-trick against South Africa, finishing with match figures of 5/46. In February 2006 he toured the West Indies to bolster the England a team. Find Luke Wright profile and stats of batting, bowling and fielding including latest updated news of Luke Wright, videos and images at Also find detail Player profile and career statistics of Luke Wright of England.

Luke Wright has led the way for Sussex with the bat

Luke Wright works one into the leg side

Luke Wright walks off as Perth Scorchers celebrate during the 2011-12 final

Reviews & Comments [Luke Wright]

haye luke,how r u?i am your fan,you are fantastic player,god bless you...

karachi 10 Jun, 2013

I love u luke wrigt.i realy me are u big big fan.u r so cute and handsam.i love u

Lahore 24 Oct, 2012

It is a shock to be reminiscent that Luke Wrightt has played in all three earlier T20 matchs, having made his England first appearance as a 22-year-old in South Africa during 2007.

Karachi 13 Oct, 2012

i really like you... i am very impressed by your cricket but you are so cute too... you are very handsome and nice.....

lahore 22 Sep, 2010

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