13 Facts About Matt Renshaw


Matthew Thomas Renshaw was born on 28 March 1996 and is an Australian international cricketer who plays for Queensland.

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Matt Renshaw made his List A debut for the National Performance Squad against India A on 27 August 2016.

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Matt Renshaw's family moved to New Zealand when he was seven, and then to Australia when he was ten.

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Matt Renshaw signed a three-year contract with the Adelaide Strikers in September 2020.

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Matt Renshaw made his debut for Somerset on 20 April 2018 against Worcestershire, scoring 101 not out, exactly half of Somerset's first innings total of 202, and went on to score 513 runs at an average of 51.

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Matt Renshaw scored 180 runs in six List A appearances for Somerset before his spell at the county was cut short following a broken finger.

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In February 2019, Matt Renshaw agreed to play for Kent County Cricket Club for the early stages of the season leading up to the 2019 Ashes series.

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Matt Renshaw made his Test debut on 24 November 2016 as an opening batsman, replacing his opening partner in Queensland, Joe Burns.

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Matt Renshaw scored his first Test century, 184, against Pakistan at the Sydney Cricket Ground in his fourth match.

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Matt Renshaw became the first Australian cricketer to score 500 Test runs before turning 21 years of age and has scored the most number of Test runs before turning 21 years for Australia, with 524.

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On 27 March 2018, Matt Renshaw was recalled to the Australian Test squad from Australia for the fourth Test against South Africa at the Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg.

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Matt Renshaw's recall was made before the conclusion of an investigation by Cricket Australia.

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In March 2022, Matt Renshaw was added to Australia's One Day International squad for their series against Pakistan, after Ashton Agar was ruled out of the matches for testing positive for COVID-19.

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