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Lockie Ferguson And His Family
Lockie Ferguson was born on 13 June 1991 in Auckland, New Zealand. He is a New Zealand Cricket Player. His father’s name is Doug Ferguson, and his mother’s name is Jan Ferguson. He has an elder brother named Mitch Ferguson.
Age, Physical Appearance, and Height
Lockie Ferguson was born on 13 June 1991, and according to the calculation, his current age is 30 years.
Let’s Talk about his Height, Weight & Physical Status as the main things for the Cricket Industry. Fans also attract the Height, Weight & Physical Status of Lockie Ferguson is 185 cm and 1.85 m, and feet inches- 6′ 1″. His weight is in kilograms- 80 kg. Weight.
Lockie Ferguson has a Waist Size of 32 Inches and a chest of 40 Inches, And biceps of 14 Inches. he has Brown color hair and brown color eyes. Besides this, he is wearing a shoe size 11.
He won the National Schools Fast Bowling Competition in 2008 and won the quickest secondary school bowler in New Zealand during his school days.
He is in a relationship with Kat Houk.
Ferguson started his career in first-class cricket in the domestic season of 2012-13, playing for Auckland in the Plunket Shield Tournament. It took him two years to make an impact in the tournament. After very ordinary performances in the 2012-13 and 2013-14 domestic seasons, he finally made an impact by taking 21 wickets in the 2014-15 season. He repeated the performance in the next season by taking 31 wickets, which earned him a place in the national squad.
Lockie Ferguson is an active player in the Indian Premier League. In 2017, he was a member of Rising Pune Supergiants, having been bought for INR 50 lakhs. He even won Man of the Match against Royal Challengers Bangalore for taking 2 wickets for only 7 runs. Lockie was later drafted into the KKR set up in 2019, where he just played five games. He did not have many wickets in the wickets column, but he will be hoping for a better season in 2020.
Lockie made his ODI debut in December 2016 against Australia, where he was called in to replace an injured Adam Milne. He used his opportunity well and dismissed David Warner in his first over.
But the subsequent overs of his spell were poor, and he had conceded 73 runs by the end of the innings. New Zealand lost the match by 68 runs, and he was dropped from the team. In December, Lockie Ferguson was recalled for the third match between Australia and New Zealand but failed to utilize the opportunity and couldn’t take any wickets.
In April 2019, he was named to New Zealand’s squad for the 2019 Cricket World Cup. On 5 June 2019, in the match against Bangladesh, Ferguson took his 50th wicket in ODIs. Lockie Ferguson played 9 games in the tournament, including the Final, and took 21 wickets, finishing in the second spot behind Mitchell Starc, who topped the list with 27 wickets.
Lockie was given a chance to play his T20 against Bangladesh in January 2017, where he took two wickets on his first two deliveries. He took three wickets in the match and was praised for his performance. Still relatively new to his T20I career, Lockie has played 8 games and taken 14 wickets at an impressive average of 15.85
The New Zealand cricketer Lockie Ferguson’s net worth is 5 million dollars (Rs.37 crores approx.) in 2022.
- He bowls consistently in high 140s and sometimes clicks 150kmph or more.
- He won the National School Fast Bowling competition in 2008.
- In his very first over in international cricket, he took the wicket of legendary Australian batsman David Warner.
- He is an avid dog lover.
- Lockie Ferguson won the Player of the Match Award for claiming four wickets against the Delhi Capitals.