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Glenn Phillips, The New Zealand’s Gem

Glenn Phillips, the astonishing batsman of New Zealand, played with much strength. Yet he played a major role in the New Zealand win against Afghanistan. During the 16th match of the ICC ODI World Cup played in Chennai on October 18, 2023, New Zealand defeated Afghanistan worse.

They took the first wicket and gave up the target of 288 runs against a loss of six wickets. Moreover, Afghanistan was on second batting, yet they could not score much, thus losing all their wickets with just 139 runs. They played 34.4 overs.

However, Glenn Phillips contributed much to the triumph of New Zealand. He scored 71 runs on 80 balls. Moreover, his innings included four boundaries and four sixes. His flawless batting resulted in a triumph for New Zealand with 149 runs.

Glenn Phillips
Glenn Phillips

Personal Information of Glenn Phillips

Glenn Dominic Phillips is a South African player. He was born on December 6, 1996. Yet East London, South Africa, was his place of birth. Still, he joined the New Zealand cricket team. He is a right-handed batsman. Moreover, he can do right-arm off-break bowling. The player is a wicketkeeper and bats all-rounder in the team.

Personal information of Glenn Phillips

NameGlenn Dominic Phillips
Date of BirthDecember 6, 1996
Place of BirthEast London, South Africa
Batting StyleRight Handed 
Role in TeamWicket Keeper Batsman, Batting All Rounder
Personal Information

International Career of Glenn Phillips

Glenn Phillips began his T20I career in February 2017 in a series against South Africa. Moreover, he played this series against South Africa. Furthermore, he played his first ODI against India in October 2017. Later on, he was added to the test series squad in December 2019 against Australia. Yet he played his career’s first test in January 2020.

It is to be noted that he scored his first century in T20I. Yet it was the most rapid century by any New Zealand player in T20I. In addition, he was awarded his first central contract from the New Zealand Cricket Board. Then he was added to the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup squad in 2021.

International Details of Glenn Phillips

National TeamNew Zealand since 2017
Only TestJanuary 3, 2020 against Australia
ODI DebutJuly 10, 2022 against Ireland
Last ODIOctober 13, 2023 against Bangladesh
T20I DebutFebruary 17, 2017 against South Africa
Last T20ISeptember 5, 2023 against England
International Details
Glenn Phillips
Glenn Phillips

Glenn Phillips’s Career Statistics

Batting

FormatMatchesRuns50’s100’s
Tests15210
ODIs2454130
T20Is63155992
FC493295218
List A75221465
T20s2185777395
Batting Stats

Bowling

FormatMatchesBallsWickets
Tests1
ODIs242829
T20Is63872
FC49284740
List A7579821
T20s21838917
Bowling Stats

Fielding Stats

FormatsCatches
Tests1
ODI23
T20I63
List A49
Fielding Stats

Domestic Career of Glenn Phillips

Glenn Phillips was born in South Africa. But he moved to New Zealand at the age of five. He got his education from Sacred Heart College, where he took part in college cricket. Moreover, he played his first List A match on January 24, 2015, through the Ford Trophy.

Phillips played his first T20 on December 4, 2016 in Super Smash 2016-17 against the Otago Volts. Thus making 55 runs off 32 balls. Moreover, he was the highest scorer with 369 runs in the Super Smash series.

It is significant to note that he made his first century in the final match against Central Districts. Thus, Duckworth Lewis won the stags. Thus, becoming the second domestic player to do so in all three formats. Before that, Hamish Marshall was the only one who did centuries in all three forms.

Moreover, he made his first-class cricket debut on March 6, 2017 in the Plunket Shield Season 2016-17 against Canterbury. Furthermore, he signed a contract with Auckland for the 2018–19 season.

Yet he was one of the five Caribbean Premier League players to watch in 2018. Moreover, he was nominated in the Jamaica Tallawahs Roster for the 2020 Caribbean Premier League. Thus, we received a contract from Auckland for the 2020–21 campaign.

Furthermore, he participated in the Welsh Fire and Barbados Royals teams in 2021. In February 2022, he signed a contract with Sunrisers Hyderabad. Thus, he prepared for IPL 2022. Additionally, he was committed to Otago in April 2022 for New Zealand’s domestic campaign in 2022–23.

Moreover, he received his central contract from New Zealand in May 2021. However, he was part of the T20 World Cup squad in 2021. Meanwhile, in June 2022, he made his ODI debut.

Glenn Phillips
Glenn Phillips

Domestic Teams

YearsTeams
2017-22Auckland
2017-20Jamaica Tallawahs
2021-22Gloucestershire
2021Welsh Fire
2021Barbados Royals
2021Rajasthan Royals
2022- PresentOtago
2022-PresentSunrisers Hyderabad
2023Welsh Fire
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