Ben Duckett – Stats, Wiki, Age, Height, Wife, Net Worth, And Career info

Ben Duckett is a 27-year-old English Left-handed batsman. Duckett has represented the Poms in all three formats, and he is another exciting batsman from England’s modern cricket team and has earned a big name in franchise cricket all over the world. He hails from Kent but represents Nottinghamshire in English domestic cricket.

In 2012, Duckett became a Northamptonshire player at the young age of 17, attracting big attention in English media. In 2016, the English talisman made his way to the national team after an impressive county season. He was called up for England’s subcontinent tour of India and Bangladesh and was seen batting at the number three spot.

Full NameBen Matthew Duckett
Nick NameBen Duckett
Date of Birth17 October 1994
Ben Duckett age29 years
Birth PlaceFarnborough, London, England
Playing RoleBatter
Batting StyleLeft-handed batsman
Bowling Style
Batting PositionTop-order batsman
Physical Stats & More 
Ben Duckett Height (approx.)In centimeters -173 cm
In meters – 1.73 m m
In feet – 5’7” feet
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourSimple

Ben Duckett Batting Stats 🏏

Matches 19 11 12 185 82 140
Innings 36 11 12 178 77 229
Runs 1435 395 315 4511 2657 9269
Avg 42.20 39.50 31.50 30.07 38.50 42.71
SR 86.44 93.16 145.16 137.44 99.77 73.66
NO 2 1 2 28 8 12
Balls 1660 424 217 3282 2663 12583
HS 182 107 70 96 220 282
100s 3 1 0 0 4 25
50s 7 3 1 27 17 43
4s 184 39 40 529 332 1289
6s 8 5 2 84 36 40
Ct 16 5 6 88 44 120
St 0 0 0 2 3 3

Ben Duckett Bowling Stats

Matches 19 11 12 185 82 140
Innings 0 0 0 0 0 10
Overs 0 0 0 0 0 24.5
Runs 0 0 0 0 0 99
Wkts 0 0 0 0 0 2
BBI 1/15
Econ 3.98
Avg 49.50
SR 74.5
4w 0 0 0 0 0 0
5w 0 0 0 0 0 0
10w 0 0 0 0 0 0
Career Info 
TeamsNottinghamshire (T20 Blast) Brisbane Heat (Big Bash League) Quetta Gladiators (Pakistan Super League) Hobart Hurricanes  (Big Bash League) Islamabad United (Pakistan Super League) Welsh Fire (The Hundred) Nelson Mandela Bay Giants (Mzansi Super League)
Ben Duckett Cricket DebutT20 Debut- On 08th July 2012 against Gloucestershire 
List-A Debut- On 05th May 2013 against Nottinghamshire 
FC Debut- On 15th May 2013 against Leicestershire 
T20I Debut- On 05th May 2019 against Pakistan 
ODI Debut- On 07th October 2016 against Bangladesh 
Test Debut- On 20th October 2013 against Bangladesh
Ben Duckett Coach/Mentor
Personal Life 
Zodiac signLibra
Ben Duckett’s Net WorthApproximate $2 to $3 Million
SchoolStowe School
Educational QualificationGraduate
FamilyFather-  Graham Duckett
Jayne Duckett
Not Known
Ben Duckett Wife –
HobbiesPlaying Cricket
Favorite Things 
Favorite CricketersAdam Gilchrist

Ben Duckett Biography

Ben Duckett is a top English batsman who plies his trade for Nottinghamshire in county cricket. He has been around the English cricket circuit for a long time and made his debut at just 17 years old. While he hasn’t established himself on the international scene, he’s been making headlines in franchise cricket leagues.

Ben Duckett Education

Ben Duckett was born in Farnborough, London, England. He completed his schooling at Stowe School. Northamptonshire was the first team to recognize Duckett’s talent and sign him when he was still in school. In 2019, he moved to Nottinghamshire after six years with his childhood club Northamptonshire.

Ben Duckett Cricket Team

Ben Duckett started playing professionally at age 17 and has played all over the world ever since. While he has played in almost every league so far, he has yet to earn a contract in the Indian Premier League. Nevertheless, these are the teams he has played for so far

  • Northamptonshire
  • Nottinghamshire
  • Islamabad United
  • Hobart Hurricanes
  • Nelson Mandela Bay Giants
  • Welsh Fire
  • Brisbane Heat

Ben Duckett International Cricket Debut & Career

Ben Duckett’s international cricket career began in 2016, but his career took a steep turn in 2015. In 2015, he was heavily criticized for fitness issues and was even excluded from Northamptonshire’s Barbados tour. He made a scintillating comeback that season and scored runs at 130.00 average which earned him a call up to England’s team for the Subcontinent 2016 tour.

T20I Debut

While Duckett tasted International stage pressure in 2016, his T20I debut came against Pakistan three years later. Duckett made his debut in the solitary match of the T20 series which was held just before the 2019 World Cup in England. In that match, the left-handed batsman opened the innings and scored 9 runs before being dismissed by Imad Wasim.

ODI Debut

Duckett has had the most success in the 50-over format during his short international career. With two fifties to his credit, he averages more than 40 in ODIs. His first fifty came in his debut match when he scored an exciting 60 runs innings to announce his arrival. It was also in that series that he made his last appearance in an ODI.

Test debut

Duckett might have earned a reputation as an established white-ball cricketer but he equally focuses on the longer format and considers his biggest aim. On the same tour, he was given an opportunity to open the innings against Bangladesh. However, he struggled against spinners and was eventually dropped from the side after his continued poor show against India on the successive tour.

Ben Duckett Domestic Career

With over 100 first-class matches in county cricket, Ben Duckett is an established name in the English domestic circuit. He is currently playing for Nottinghamshire, but he started out with Northamptonshire when he was just 17 years old.

First Class Debut

In County cricket, Ben Duckett has been a prolific red-ball player for years. He has scored over 7,500 runs and has 21 centuries to his name. The Northamptonshire southpaw made his first-class debut at age of 18 against Leicestershire where he scored a match-saving fifty to save the match for his team.

List-A Debut

It was only in the same season that Duckett made his List-A debut, and today he is one of the few players who have scored a double hundred in a List-A inning. His debut outing was not memorable because he made only 9 runs and Northamptonshire lost heavily to Nottinghamshire.

T20 Debut

At the age of 17, Ben Duckett made his T20 debut, and today he is one of the most lethal batsmen on the English domestic circuit. He made his debut for Northamptonshire against Gloucestershire in a rain-affected match in 2012. It’s interesting to note that he only scored 3 runs off 15 balls in his outing. If we compare it to today, he has a healthy strike rate of 136 in the T20s.

Ben Duckett Height

Ben Duckett’s Height is 173cm in centimeters while he is 5’7″ in feet.

Ben Duckett heightIn centimeters -173 cm
In meters – 1.73 m m
In feet – 5’7” feet

Ben Duckett IPL Debut, Auction Price, and career

Duckett has established himself as a clinical T20 powerhouse but is yet to crack the Indian Premier League, the world’s biggest T20 league. He hasn’t been sold in IPL auctions for a few years now and will need a huge performance to break the door someday.

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Unknown Facts About Ben Duckett

  • ICC made a short documentary on him labelling him as the next big superstar in 2014.
  • Ben Duckett was part of England’s team in the 2012 Under-19 World Cup
  • Ben Duckett once called Royal Challengers Bangalore a ‘Joke team’ in the 2018 season on Twitter which caused a big backlash.
  • In 2015, he was excluded from Northamptonshire’s team just a day before travel due to his overweight
  • Ben Duckett made his T20 Debut at age of 17 only
  • Ben Duckett is often labelled as “Loose canon” by English media for his reckless behaviour

Ben Duckett- James Anderson controversy

Ben Duckett has had many strange moments in his career, and one of them came on the 2017 Ashes tour. Duckett reportedly threw beer at England’s legendary bowler James Anderson during a spat in Perth Bar. He was with England’s Lions team during that time and was immediately sent back home with a fine and suspension.

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