Batting style Right Handed
Bowling style NA
Test Debut vs Australia at Sydney Cricket Ground, Jan 03, 2020
ODI Debut NA
T20 Debut vs South Africa at Eden Park, Feb 17, 2017
IPL Debut NA
- New Zealand Board Presidents XI
- New Zealand U19
- New Zealand XI
- New Zealand
- Jamaica Tallawahs
- New Zealand A
Glenn Phillips overview
Glenn Dominic Phillips is a cricketer from New Zealand who is a wicket-keeper and batsman. He was born on 6th December 1996 in Eastern Cape, South Africa. Along with his family, the 25-year old cricketer shifted to New Zealand at the age of five years and has grown up in the modern cricket infrastructure in Auckland.
He is primarily an attacking batsman and that is why he has earned repute in white-ball cricket so far. Very recently, Glenn Phillips set the record of cracking the fastest century in T20I, ever scored by a Kiwi batsman. Glenn Phillips hit 108 runs in only 51 deliveries. Reacting to this century Phillips paid attribute to his participation in Caribbean Premier League this year.
Batting Career Summary
Bowling Career Summary
Glenn Phillips had to struggle in the early of his career. Having made his debut in first-class cricket in 2017 for Auckland against Canterbury Phillips failed to shine, getting out for only 4 runs playing in 13 balls. Even, in his opening 'List A' match in the Ford Trophy against Central Districts two years before in 2015 Glenn Phillips was not able to catch attention, being out for only 6 runs. His rise was shown in the following years as Phillips became the top scorer of Super Smash with 369 runs including a tempestuous 116 off 57 deliveries against Central Districts. The wicket-keeper batsman also placed his name in another high point, being the only Kiwi batsman to have scored centuries in all three formats in the domestic cricket of New Zealand within one cricket season. In first-class cricket, Glenn Phillips has so far participated in 34 matches and gathered 2101 runs including six centuries and 13 fifties at an average of 39.64 while in the 'List A' cricket Phillips, participating in 37 matches so far has scored 1249 runs at an average of 34.69 including four centuries and two fifties.
Glenn Phillips has so far participated in one Test match only in January this year against Australia at Sydney. In the first innings, Phillips had acquired applause, hitting 52 runs, facing 115 deliveries in his 178 minutes-stay on the crease. He smashed a huge six and four 4s in the innings. However, Phillips failed to score in the second innings as Australia won the Test by a huge 279 runs.
Glenn Phillips has not yet made his debut in the One-Day International. Rather having produced consistency in white-ball cricket Phillips had begun to turn heads since 2016 Super Smash Twenty20 tournaments. In the very next year, his performance helped him ensure a berth in the New Zealand T20 squad against South Africa after Martin Guptill was ruled out of the injury. However, Phillips was not able to impress, returning to the pavilion after scoring only 5 runs in 11 balls as an opening batsman. However, he struck his maiden century in T20I in the 2nd match against West Indies in November 2020. It was also the fastest century scored by a New Zealand batsman, scored in 46 deliveries. Phillips was finally out for 108, scored in 51 balls. Glenn Phillips has participated in 17 T20Is and scored 324 runs at an average of 24.92. His strike rate has been highly impressed with 137.28 so far. In T20 cricket Glenn Phillips has played 99 matches and scored 2735 runs at an average of 31.80 including four centuries and 16 fifties. In his stint with Jamaica Tallawahs in the Caribbean Premier League this year Glenn Phillips had scored formidable 457 runs in 11 matches including one 103 off 63 deliveries.