|Full Name||Max Arthur Bryant|
|Born||10th March 1999 (21 years)|
|Birth Place||Murwillumbah (Australia)|
|Batting Style||Right Handed Bat|
|Bowling Style||Right-arm medium|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height (approx.)||178 CM|
|Teams||Queensland, Cricket Australia XI, Brisbane Heat|
|Debut||List A debut - In 2017-18 JLT One Day Cup for Cricket Australia XI|
T20 debut - In 2018-19 Big Bash League Season for Brisbane Heat
|Family||Father - A Police officer|
Mother - Renee
Siblings - 2 younger brothers
Max Bryant was born in Murwillumbah but was raised 15 km south of Queensland-New South Wales border in Kingscliff. Bryant’s father was a police officer and his mother Renee is the sister of former NSW origin player Matt Seres. He also two younger brothers who he loves dearly.
Bryant grew up playing his two favourite sports Cricket and Rugby. Throughout his childhood, he played for Cudgen in the Gold Coast competitions.
In the region where Bryant was brought up, the state representation differed between different sports. Hence, Bryant played for Queensland in Cricket and for New South Wales in the Rugby League.
At the age of seven, he shifted to Townsville for three years. Later, they settled back again in the Gold Coast. Bryant played for Gold Coast Dolphins at the Queensland Premier Cricket League. Due to his exceptional performance at rugby, he was offered a 3-year contract with Gold Coast Titans.
The young boy left rugby at the age of 17, to continue his focus towards cricket. He completed his education from St. Joseph college.
During JLT-One Day Cup, he appeared to be in full form. Though the first match did not begin with a bang, the series ahead was going to be a fire.
Bryant could just grab one run for his team in the first match. But in the very second match, he became the top scorer at his side by collecting 61 runs.
During another battle against New South Wales, Bryant fetched 89 runs in just 61 balls and built his highest score.
In a match against South Australia, the rugby enthusiast made fastest ever List- A fifty by a Queensland player. He created history by grabbing 71 runs in just 31 balls and surprisingly the huge 68 from the boundaries alone (8 fours and 6 sixes).
The young player very quickly made it to Australia’s squad for 2018 Under-19 Cricket World Cup.
Bryant surely turned out to be a big asset for the Australian squad.
In his T20 debut for Brisbane Heat, his unbeatable innings of 71* from 30 balls made him turn the heads.
Max Bryant was later picked up for the great team of Prime Minister’s XI.
Lesser-known facts about Max Bryant
- He idolizes David Warner and AB de Villiers very fondly.
- Arthur is one among the few players whose rookie contract has been upgraded to a full-time contract.
- This policeman’s son holds a record of fastest-ever fifty by a Queensland player in just 23 balls.
- The confident cricketer has unbelievable hand-eye coordination.
- By 2019, his net worth has reached up to 3 million.
- The teenage has worked very hard on his physique. More kilometres of running has made him fitter and leaner.