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An Australian Cricketer: Mathew Wade

by Hreet N. Business
Matthew Scott Wade is a left-handed batter, right-arm medium bowler, and a wicket-keeper from the Australian cricket team. Mathew Wade batting for the Australian team made him a renowned cricketer.  He was conceived in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia on the 26th of December, 1987. He was indeed colourblind and has battled and overcome testicular cancer.

Background Of Mathew Scott Wade

Mathew Scott Wade played cricket and Aussie Rules Football until he was 19 years old. He represented Australia in the 2006 Under-19 Cricket World Cup and was also vice-captaining in the TAC Cup team the Tassie Mariners in the TAC Cup.

He played in one List A match for Tasmania before moving to Victoria for the 2007–08 campaign to take his chances. He quickly established himself as Victoria's first-choice goalkeeper, earning him a spot on the Australian A side in 2010. Mathew Scott Wade cemented himself as the state's top selection as a wicketkeeper after moving in the season 2007-8 to Victoria, ahead of Adam Crosthwaite.

In the 2008-09 season, Mathew Scott  Wade achieved his initial first-class century. He was instrumental in Victoria's victory versus Queensland in the Sheffield Shield tournament in 2009–10, where he played at no. 6 with the squad at 60 and contributed 96 runs for the squad. Victoria triumphed by a massive 457 runs, and Mathew Wade was named man of the match.

Mathew Scott Wade's best first-class performance was One hundred fifty-two (152) runs in Sheffield Shield for Victoria in February 2015.

Debut Of Mathew Scott Wade

In 2011 during October, he was summoned to the Australian cricket team for the T20 International versus South Africa after his success in local restricted overs cricket was noticed.

On the 7th of April, he decided to make his Test debut versus the West Indies cricket team in Barbados.

Ascend to Glory Of Mathew Scott Wade

In 2012 during February, he made his international debut in a T20 International match between India and Australia in Sydney, where he was the opener and scored 72 runs off 43 deliveries to win the Man of the Match title.

Mathew Scott Wade was named to the Australian ODI squad for the 2011–12 Commonwealth Bank Championship after his T20 success. He was named Man of the Match for the second time, this time versus India at the Melbourne Cricket Stadium when he scored 67 runs off 69 deliveries.

During the 2011–12 campaign, Mathew Scott Wade was the Australian restricted overs wicketkeeper in a game versus the West Indies. As a result of Brad Haddin's return to Australia, he was also named Test wicketkeeper. In Roseau, he made his first Test century with a score of 106. Mathew Scott Wade also played in the 2012 November Test series versus South Africa.

Mathew Scott Wade kept his ODI wicket-keeping position for a short time but lost his Test wicket-keeping post to Brad Haddin for the 2013 Ashes campaign. Ultimately, he was left out of the Australian Cricket World Cup team for 2015.

Captaincy Of Mathew Scott Wade

Mathew Scott Wade made his 1st ODI hundred versus Pakistan on the 13th of January 2017 and was selected Australia's ODI skipper for the match versus New Zealand on the 27th of a similar month.


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