Wayne Parnell

Wayne Parnell


About Wayne Parnell

Following the retirement of Jacques Kallis, Wayne Parnell found himself with a significant opportunity to establish himself in South Africa’s one-day international side. A standout talent from a young age, Parnell was actively involved in representative cricket during his teenage years. His leadership qualities came to the fore as he captained South Africa’s under-19 World Cup team in 2008. During the tournament, he emerged as the leading wicket-taker, securing 18 wickets at an impressive average of 8.38. Parnell made his initial appearance in men’s international cricket in 2009 when he played a crucial role in the ICC World T20, taking nine wickets. Shortly thereafter, he earned his one-day international debut against Australia. Over the course of his career, Parnell has faced challenges, including injuries and inconsistent form, which have led to his sporadic appearances in South Africa’s lineup.
Profile Details
Full Name Wayne Parnell
Born July 30, 1989, Port Elizabeth, Cape Province
Country South Africa
Role Bowler
Batting Style Left Handed Bat
Bowling Style Left-arm fast-medium

Wayne Parnell Career Statistics

Career Batting Stats

Format Matches (M) Innings (Inn) Not Outs (NO) Runs (R) High Score (HS) Average (Avg.) Balls Faced (BF) Strike Rate (SR) Hundreds (H) Fifties (50x) Fours (4s) Sixes (6s)

Career Bowling Stats

Format Matches (M) Innings (Inn) Balls (B) Runs (R) Wickets (W) BBM Average (Avg.) Economy (Econ.) Strike Rate (SR) 5W 10W
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