Full name: Luke Ronchi
Born: April 23, 1981, Dannevirke, Manawatu, New Zealand
Current age: 38 years 259 days
Major teams: Australia, New Zealand, Australia A, Edmonton Royals,
Guyana Amazon Warriors, Hampshire Cricket Board, ICC World XI,
PSL Islamabad United Team, Mumbai Indians, New Zealand A, New Zealand XI,
Perth Scorchers, Wellington, Western Australia.
National side: South Africa
Playing role: Wicket-keeper batsman
Batting style: Right-hand bat
Fielding position: Wicket-keeper
Born in New Zealand and raised in Australia, Luke Ronchi is a wicket-attendant batsman, who has played for both the nations. He relocated to Perth at an early age and played First-Class cricket for Western Australia. In any event, during the early piece of his profession, Ronchi was known for playing incredible shots. With a noteworthy 2007-08 residential season, he was called as a trade for Brad Haddin against the West Indies. In the four ODIs Ronchi played, he demonstrated his aptitude with the bat and behind the stumps. Ronchi has been considered as a pro in the shorter organizations of the game. He has been an ordinary individual from the ODI and T20 squads since his New Zealand debut. He has played some critical innings descending the request.
New Zealand born, Australian reproduced, Luke Ronchi wound up playing worldwide cricket for the two his countries. At first, he battled for a spot as Brad Haddin’s reinforcement in the late noughties with Tim Paine and Matthew Wade.
Be that as it may, his genuine triumphs came while playing in the all dark of the nation of his introduction to the world. As New Zealand experienced a restricted overs insurgency under Mike Hesson and Brendon McCullum, Ronchi got one of the mainstays of the side. From 2014 to 2016 he played 61 of the 66 ODIs that New Zealand played, averaging 25 at a striking pace of 114.
While he just at any point opened twice in T20 International cricket that is the place he has discovered a large portion of his accomplishment in local T20 associations all through the world. In 2017 alone he found the middle value of more than 29, with strike rates more than 169 in both the BPL and the Natwest Blast – two competitions in two drastically various conditions and style of bowlers.
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Batting and fielding averages
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|19, 0c/0s||Qalandars||v Bangla Tiger||Abu Dhabi||24 Nov 2019||Other OD|
|0c/0s, 16||Qalandars||v Gladiators||Abu Dhabi||23 Nov 2019||Other OD|
|0c/0s, 17||Qalandars||v Arabians||Abu Dhabi||23 Nov 2019||Other OD|
|1c/0s, 17||Qalandars||v Gladiators||Abu Dhabi||19 Nov 2019||Other OD|
|1c/0s, 0||Qalandars||v Arabians||Abu Dhabi||17 Nov 2019||Other OD|
|14, 1c/0s||Qalandars||v Warriors||Abu Dhabi||16 Nov 2019||Other OD|
|0c/0s, 23*||Qalandars||v Abu Dhabi||Abu Dhabi||15 Nov 2019||Other OD|
|2c/0s, 17||Islamabad Un||v Zalmi||Karachi||15 Mar 2019||T20|
|2c/0s, 5||Islamabad Un||v Karachi Kings||Karachi||14 Mar 2019||T20|
|0, 0c/0s||Islamabad Un||v Qalandars||Karachi||9 Mar 2019||T20|