Batting style Left Handed
Bowling style Left-arm orthodox
ODI Debut vs Hong Kong at Grange Cricket Club, Sep 08, 2016
T20 Debut vs Ireland at Bready Cricket Club, Jun 18, 2015
- Scotland U19
- Marylebone Cricket Club
- Edinburgh Rocks
Mark Watt overview
Mark Robert James Watt also popularly known as Mark Watt was born on july 29, 1996, in the Eastern General Hospital in Edinburgh. He is majorly a left spinner wicket taking bowler. Moreoever, with his fierce bowling stroke he cramps the batsman through an extensive line and length therefore making mis hits for the batsman.
Mark Watt is a Scottish cricketer who made his debut in the list A. It is said from an unknown fact that Mark Watt is a club cricketer. This left arm spinner made his T20 debut against Ireland in June 2015. On the other side of the page, his ODI debut was headed with 1/20 average score.
He spent the off season with all his practise and dedication to do make enough in 2016/17 in Australia to gain valuable experience for the season as he looks to make himself a regular in all three formats of the game. Mark Watt is a keen football supporter and follows Hibernaian FC as well, the 2016 Scottish Cup win was one of his best moments in sports He played a lot of sports, lets see what are some of his achievements and accolades that follows the lead of his career.
Batting Career Summary
Bowling Career Summary
Mark Watt has played 27 matches since his debut against vs Hong Kong at Grange Cricket Club, on Sep 08, 2016. He has taken 35 wickets at an economy rate of 4.3 and an average of 29.51.
Starting off with his T20 memories, his journey got started against Ireland at Bready Cricket Club, Jun 18, 2015. His career includes picking up of 5 wickets for 27 runs against Netherlands. He also lived his first-class debut in 2015-2017 ICC International cricket, where it was a long day and his pace was quite a lot of thunder in a go.Being an international player, he had always given his contribution by putting his best foot forward. Mark Watt made a score of 34 runs in 11 innings and has scalped 45 wickets in 34 matches.
1) Mark played 27 ODI and 35 T20 in total. Where in ODI he took 35 wickets and in T20 he took around 45 wickets. He was always focused to grab more and more in his innings. In an anonyms source he was quoted saying that ““Going forward as we keep building; we want to be a team to beat and one that people take notice of. He is yet to create a history with his mainly bowling style. He is also working on his batting figures of how to score through his approach.