Mark Wood profile, Test, Odis, Twenty20, IPL, T20, Cricket World Cup all season records with Mark Wood full biography. He was born on 11 January 1990 in Ashington, Northumberland. Mark Wood is a professional cricketer who plays for England. He is not the same as Harmison or any of the typical English bowlers. He is a right arm fast bowler, capable of hitting the deck hard and a right-handed batsman.
Full name Mark Andrew Wood
Born January 11, 1990, Ashington, Northumberland
Current age 29 years 150 days
Major teams England, England XI, Chennai Super Kings, Durham, Durham 2nd XI, Durham Academy, England Lions, Northumberland, Northumberland Under-13s, Northumberland Under-15s, Northumberland Under-17s
Playing role Bowler
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast
Education Ashington High School
Relation Uncle – N Wood
Also finds Mark Wood 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. Wood joined Northumberland County in 2008 and made his debut against Norfolk. He gets movement, but usually he beats the batsman for his pace. Wood’s consistent performances earned him place in the England Test side during the 2015 series against New Zealand.
Mark Wood 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. A skinny fast bowler who could bowl around the 90 kmph mark, Wood was selected in the England squad for the West Indies tour in 2015 but he couldn’t play a match.
Finds Mark Wood IPL batting and bowling records, Mark Wood IPL performance and ipl career analysis. Also Finds Mark Wood batting and bowling records, Mark Wood performance and t20 career statistics. He made his Test debut against New Zealand in the same month at Lord’s. He registered figures of 3-93 and 1-47 in the match, which England ended up winning by 124 runs. His good performance earned him a spot in the 2015 Ashes series in England.