Batting style Left Handed
Bowling style Right-arm medium
Test Debut NA
ODI Debut NA
T20 Debut vs West Indies at Eden Park, Nov 27, 2020
IPL Debut NA
- New Zealand
- New Zealand A
Devon Conway overview
Devon Conway was born on 8th July 1991 at Johannesburg Transvaal. But the 29-year old is a left-hand batsman and occasionally he bowls medium pace also.
Despite being born in South Africa Conway has earned eligibility to represent New Zealand this year August. The batsman began his journey in international cricket for New Zealand in November 2020.
Batting Career Summary
Bowling Career Summary
Conway who was representing Gauteng in South Africa made his debut in first-class cricket in the Provincial Three-Day competition against Eastern in 2009. But he was not able to impress, failing to score playing in only six deliveries. Conway also failed to impress in his opening ‘List A’ match in the Provincial One-Day Challenge tournament in 2009, scoring only 6 runs playing in 19 deliveries. Having continued his struggle to establish himself as a cricketer, Conway's success, compared to his initial disaster, came after a gap of six years. Conway struck 53 runs in three matches of the Africa T20 Cup for Gauteng. Conway was registered by Wellington for 2018 in New Zealand during the second phase of the Plunket Shield season. Conway hogged the searchlight of the media and cricket fraternity in New Zealand by scoring a superb double-century against Otago at Basin Reserve. Then he did not have to look back. The batsman was the top scorer in the Super Smash tournament with 363 runs from nine matches. In the very next year, in the same Plunket Shield, Conway stunned the Kiwi cricket fraternity by scoring unbeaten 327 for Wellington against Canterbury. It was the ninth triple century in New Zealand cricket. This year also, in the Super Smash League, Conway stormed with his bat, scoring an unbeaten century only off 49 balls while he became the leading scorer in the competition with 543 runs in 11 matches. In the Ford Trophy this year, Devon Conway became the top-scorer with 553 runs in 10 matches, and also in the Plunket Trophy this year Conway made a towering 701 runs from only six matches to earn the highest scorer’s tag. Conway, for having struck huge runs in Kiwi domestic cricket had already received the accolade. He was named best player of the men’s domestic cricket in New Zealand at the annual New Zealand cricket award function in 2020. In first-class cricket Conway, participating in 107 matches has scored 7084 runs so far including 18 centuries and 32 fifties.
Devon Conway who has not yet participated in One-Day International (ODI) had his maiden appearance in T20 International for New Zealand against West Indies in November this year. The batsman, playing at number three position scored 41 runs off 29 deliveries including five fours and one six at the strike rate of 141.38 staying on the crease 67 minutes. In his last T20I also against Pakistan on 22nd December at Napier, Devon Conway was also impressive. He scored 63 runs from 45 deliveries. He stayed on the crease for 75 minutes, hitting seven fours and one six and his strike rate was 140. He has participated in six T20Is so far and scored 174 runs at an average of 58. But his statistics in the T20 format has not been ignorable as playing in 78 matches Conway has amassed 2510 runs including two centuries and 17 fifties. His average is 41.83. his highest score in the T20 has been unbeaten 105.