Chris Woakes profile, Test, Odis, Twenty20, IPL, T20, Cricket World Cup all season records with Chris Woakes full biography. Born on March 2, 1989, Chris Woakes made his First-Class debut against a touring West Indies ‘A’ side for Warwickshire in Birmingham in August 2006. Chris Woakes is an an all-rounder who plays for the England national cricket team. At the age of 17, he made his first-class debut for Warwickshire against West Indies A in 2006.
Full name Christopher Roger Woakes
Born March 2, 1989, Birmingham, Warwickshire
Current age 30 years 100 days
Major teams England, England Lions, England Under-19s, Herefordshire, Kolkata Knight Riders, Marylebone Cricket Club, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Sydney Thunder, Warwickshire, Wellington
Playing role Bowler
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast-medium
Height 6 ft 2 in
Also finds Chris Woakes career batting analysis with no. of matches played, total runs, highest score, averages, strike rates, centuries, fifties, catches, fours, sixes and career bowling stats with total wickets, best bowling records, economy rates etc. Woakes is a right-arm fast medium bowler, and a right-hand batsman. His fine performances got him an entry into the England Lions side and also a place in the preliminary 2009 World T20 squad.
Chris Woakes international debut in Test, ODI, Twenty20, IPL and T20 with his first match of respected types of cricket with opposite team, date and place. Like his full name, nick name, date of birth, birth place, playing role, national team, batting style, bowling style and major teams. He picked up 45 wickets at an average of 20.48 in 2008, and in 2010, he picked up 58 wickets at an average of 21.48 in 2010. He made his ODI debut against Australia in Sydney in 2011.
Finds Chris Woakes IPL batting and bowling records, Chris Woakes IPL performance and ipl career analysis. Also Finds Chris Woakes batting and bowling records, Chris Woakes performance and t20 career statistics. On January 30, 2011, Woakes recorded his career best figures of 6/45 against Australia in Brisbane. In 2016, he picked up 11 for 102 against Pakistan at Lord’s and became the first England bowler since Ian Botham in 1978, to take five wicket in each innings of a Test match.