Jason Jonathan Roy
|Date of Birth||
July 21, 1990
Right Handed Top Order Batsman
England, Surrey, Chittagong Kings, Sydney Thunder, Sydney Sixers, Lahore Qalandars, Gujarat Lions, Quetta Gladiators, Delhi Daredevils, Nelson Mandela Bay Giants, Sylhet Sixers, Chittagong Kings
Jason Roy is an English International cricketer, who plays in limited-overs cricket or shorter formats of the game. He represents the Surrey squad in domestic cricket and plays as a middle-order batsman of the team. He is a South Africa-born English player and plays for the national England team since 2014. Jason Roy was moved to England at the age of 10 and then, started playing cricket with Surrey team in age group cricket.
He has played under-11 cricket tournament in academy level and continued till under-19 group. In the South Africa tour in 2007, Jason came into the eyes of selectors with his first-class innings in Surrey Under-19s league. After this, he appeared in some other important domestic tournaments including Twenty20 Cup in 2008. With his undeniable contributions in domestic tournaments like NatWest Pro40 League, Triangular Tournament, Under-19 Country Championship, Surrey Second XI, etc. he made his place permanent in the country circuit.
After giving some glorious contribution in domestic cricket, Jason Roy has got a chance to enter in national England team. In 2014 he started his international cricket journey through a T20I match against India and consecutively began his ODI career as well in the same following year. Currently, he plays for the limited-over games only and enlisted for the England squad in 2019 Cricket World Cup successfully.
Debut ODI Match: at The Village Stadium Vs Ireland on 8th of May in 2015
Last ODI: at National Cricket Stadium Vs West Indies on 25th of February in 2019
Debut T20I Match: at Edgbaston Stadium Vs India on 7th of September in 2014
Last T20I Match: at R. Premadasa Stadium Vs Sri Lanka on the 27th of October in 2018
Debut IPL Match: at Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium Vs Kolkata Knight Riders on 7th April in 2017
He has scored 2661 runs in 72 matches in 4 years of ODI career at an average of 38.57 and strike rate of 105.51 including 7 hundreds and 12 fifties (as on May 11, 2019)
|Achievements/Records Associated With||
Highest individual ODI score for England player (180 vs Australia, 2018)