Thomas Ackland Blundell
|Date of Birth
September 1, 1990
New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand A
Tom Blundell is a New Zealand cricketer, who plays for the T20I and Test formats of the game. He represents the Wellington team in domestic cricket and plays for the national New Zealand team since 2017.
Tom Blundell hasn’t made his ODI debut so far but expected to appear in the running year. He has played in Under-19 World Cup for New Zealand in 2010 and appeared in the fast ever first-class game in 2013, before getting signed for the Wellington squad.
Tom Blundell has made his international debut in 2017 through a T20I match and played as a wicketkeeper-batsman of the team. He got the opportunity to appear in the national test cricket in the same following year due to the sudden injury of the present wicketkeeper BJ Watling.
In his debut match, he has shown his charismatic batting power successfully, along with his wicket-keeping adept. Currently, he is preparing for making his ODI debut in the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 with his squad.
(as Compiled by Madhushree Das Ghosh)
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Debut Test Match: at Basin Reserve Stadium Vs West Indies on 1st of December in 2017
Last Test Match: at Seddon Park Stadium Vs West Indies on 9th of December in 2017
Debut T20I Match: at Bay Oval Stadium Vs Bangladesh on 8th of January in 2017
Last T20I Match: at Sydney Cricket Ground Stadium Vs Australia on 3rd of February in 2018
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