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Tren Boult Age: 32 years
Trent Boult Wife, Biography & Wiki:
Trent Alexander Boult is known simply by the name of Trent Boult is a New Zealand International cricketer who plays as a bowler for Northern Districts in New Zealand’s domestic cricket, and New Zealand Internationally. He was born in Rotorua, New Zealand. His date of birth is 22 July 1989. His current age is 32 years . He is a left-arm fast-medium opening bowler and a right-handed batsman. He is left-arm swing bowler and he has developed a good opening bowling partnership with Tim Southee, having taken 46% of all wickets between them since 2013, especially since the retirement of Martin. He is one of the best bowlers in the world and he proved that for a long time. He can bowl across all different periods of the game.
Boult was born in Rotorua in 1989. He is the younger brother of cricketer Jono Boult. Trent Boult announced his engagement to partner Gert Smith on June 2016, and the couple married in August 2017 in a private ceremony at Kauri Bay Boomrock. They have a son, born in 2018. The family resides in Mt. Maunganui, New Zealand, with their golden retriever, Louie.
Early Life & Career Beginnings:
Boult was born in Rotorua and grew up in Ohope and Tauranga. He was educated at Otumoetai College. He made his test debut for New Zealand on December 2011 and his one-day international debut the following July. He was the joint leading wicket-taker at the 2015 Cricket World Cup. In 2016, Boult became the ICC’s No. 1 Ranked ODI Bowler. In November 2018, he became the third bowler for New Zealand to take a hat-trick in ODIs.
- Test Debut: 9 December 2011 vs Australia in Hobart
- ODI Debut: 11 July 2012 vs West Indies in St Kitts
- T20 Debut: 9 February 2013 vs England in Auckland
International Career of Trent Boult:
In 2015, Boult was New Zealand’s leading wicket-taker at the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup. In 2017, he was bought by the Kolkata Knight Riders team for the 2017 Indian Premier League for 5 crores.
In 2019, he was selected to play for the Toronto Nationals franchise team in the 2019 Global T20 Canada tournament.
On 21 January 2009, Boult was selected for the New Zealand squad for the one-day series against Australia at just 19 years of age.
Boult made his test debut in 2011-12th session in the Second Test against Australia in Hobart, in a match won by New Zealand by 7 runs, New Zealand’s first test win in Australia since 1985 and their first test win over Australia since 1993. He took four wickets in the match; additionally, he scored 21 runs in a tenth-wicket partnership with Chris Martin in the second innings.
In 2012, Boult produced a string of strong performances with the ball against the West Indies, India, and Sri Lanka to consolidate his position as Tim Southee’s new-ball partner. He carried this good form into 2013 when he took 19 wickets in 5 tests against England, including his best match innings bowling figures of 6/68 at Eden Park in March.
In 2018, Boult produced his best figures in Test cricket, taking 6/32 in the First Test against England in Auckland.
In 2019, he was named in New Zealand’s squad for the 2019 Cricket World Cup. In a match against Bangladesh, Boult took his 150th wicket in ODIs. In the match against Australia Boult took the second hat-trick for the World Cup.
Trent Boult Wife, Personal Life:
Boult is a left-arm fast-medium swing bowler. His primary weapon is the inswinger to the right-hander. His childhood cricketing hero was Wasim Akram. He scored a half-century against Bangladesh in a 2013 test.
Trent announced his engagement to partner Gert Smith on June 2016, and the couple married in August 2017 in a private ceremony at Kauri Bay Boomrock. They have a son, born in 2018. The family resides in Mt. Maunganui, New Zealand, with their golden retriever, Louie.
Awards & Achievements:
For his performances in the 2017-18 season, he won the Sir Richard Hadlee Medal.
In 2018, at the NZC Annual Awards, he received the Men’s Test Player of the Year and the Sir Richard Hadlee Medal for best International player fo the year.
In 2019, he was named as 12th man in the Team of the Tournament for the 2019 World Cup by the ICC.