Sam Heazlett (born 12 September 1995) is an Australian cricketer who plays for Queensland in Domestic Cricket and Brisbane Heat in the Big Bash League.
|Samuel Daly Heazlett
|Date of Birth
|12 September 1995
|Sam Heazlett age
|Sunnybank, Queensland, Australia.
|Left Handed Bat
|Physical Stats & More
|Sam Heazlett Height (approx)
5’ 10” Inch
|Sam Heazlett BBL Stats
|(36 M, 569 R, 15 A)
|Cricket Australia XI, Queensland, Brisbane Heat, Australia A, National Performance Squad, Australia, Prime Ministers XI
Tasmania vs Queensland at Hobart, November 06 – 09, 2015
NPS vs SA A at Townsville, August 13, 2016
New Zealand vs Australia at Auckland, January 30, 2017
Hurricanes vs Heat at Brisbane, December 29, 2015
|Career Turning Point
|His performance on his debut game in Sheffield Shield became the talk of the town. His innings of 129 and 78 looked very impressive.
|Darren Lehmann (Brisbane Heat)
|Father- Glenn Heazlett
Mother- Name Not Known
Siblings- Not Known
|Sam Heazlett Girlfriend
|He runs a podcast when away from cricket.
Sam Heazlett is a left-handed middle-order batsman who is technically very strong and is a crucial member of the Brisbane Heat middle order in the Big Bash League.
Heazlett started his club cricket with Redlands Cricket Club (RCC). He then started his Domestic Career with Queensland in the 2015-16 Sheffield Shield tournament. Heazlett made his debut on 6th November 2015 against Tasmania at Hobart.
He scored his maiden century on his debut by scoring 129 runs in the first innings and made a name for himself and also scored an impressive 78 In the second innings.
Heazlett went on to score 649 runs in the competition with an average of 40.56 for his team which was the third-best season for a Queensland debutant.
He then made his List-A debut for the National Performance Squad against South Africa A on 13th August 2016. Heazlett again made his dream debut by scoring 101 runs and became the talk of the town.
So far in his 39 First-class games, Heazlett has scored 2015 runs at an average of 30.53 which also includes 4 hundred and 9 fifties. In List-A cricket, He has played 26 games and has scored 1239 runs at an impressive average of 49.56 which includes 11 half-centuries and 2 centuries.
After his impressive performances in the domestic circuit, he was selected for the national team by playing just six List-A games in place of injured Steve Smith.
He played his only ODI game against New Zealand at Auckland on January 30, 2017. Heazlett did not have a great game to remember as he was dismissed for just 4 runs.
The 26-year-old has a lot of cricket left and will surely look to represent Australia in the near future.
Heazlett made his BBL debut soon after the heroics of his debut First-class game. He was part of the Brisbane Heat side for the 2015-16 Domestic Season.
Heazlett played his first game against the Hobart Hurricanes on 29th December 2015. He scored 26 runs on his debut batting in the middle order.
In his 35 games so far, He has scored 569 runs at a strike rate of 124.51 with his highest score being 74 not out.