James Vince profile, Test, Odis, Twenty20, IPL, T20, Cricket World Cup all season records with James Vince full biography. James Vince is an English cricketer, born on 14th March 1991 in Cuckfield, Sussex. His 50-over career was a tad better and he did notch up a fifty – against Sri Lanka, but was left out of the team after just three more innings. He is a right-handed batsman, who can bat both as an opening batsman and at number three.
Full name James Michael Vince
Born March 14, 1991, Cuckfield, Sussex
Current age 28 years 88 days
Major teams England, England Lions, England Under-19s, Hampshire, Hampshire 2nd XI, Karachi Kings, Multan Sultans, Sydney Sixers, Sydney Thunder, Wiltshire
Playing role Batsman
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium
Also finds James Vince 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. He is an occasional right-arm medium pace bowler. He is in popular demand across various franchises in many Twenty20 leagues across the world. He became a regular in the Hampshire XI in 2010 and made an impressive 180 against Yorkshire.
James Vince 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. Vince got a surprise call-up for the Ashes (2017-18) series, despite a middling form in the County Championship, where he averaged less than 30.
Finds James Vince IPL batting and bowling records, James Vince IPL performance and ipl career analysis. Also Finds James Vince batting and bowling records, James Vince performance and t20 career statistics. James Vince made his ODI debut against Ireland at Dublin in 2015 but did not get a chance to bat. His next ODI arrived another year later against Sri Lanka in Cardiff, where he scored 51. Vice has featured for Sydney Thunder in the Big Bash and also plies his wares for the Karachi Kings in the Pakistan Super League.