Devon Conway is a talented cricketer from Wellington, New Zealand, who has made a name for himself in both domestic and international cricket. Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, Conway moved to New Zealand in 2017 to pursue his cricketing ambitions, and soon became a regular in the Wellington team. He made his debut for the team in the 2017-18 season of the Plunket Shield, where he quickly established himself as a reliable middle-order batsman. Conway's consistent performances with the bat earned him a call-up to the New Zealand A team, and he continued to impress with his skills and technique.
Conway's big breakthrough came in 2020, when he was selected to represent New Zealand in the T20I series against West Indies. He made an immediate impact in all formats, scoring a half-century on his T20 debut and going on to play a match-winning knock of 99* in the next game. Conway also featured a magnificent innings of 200 on test debut at Lord's Cricket Ground against England, becoming only the second New Zealander to score a double ton on debut. Since then, Conway has been a regular in the New Zealand team across all formats of the game, and has established himself as one of the most talented batsmen in world cricket. With his ability to play both attacking and defensive innings, and his sharp reflexes both as a wicketkeeper and in the field, Conway is seen as a key player for the New Zealand and Wellington sides.
July 8, 1991 – Johannesburg, South Africa
South Africa/New Zealand
BLACKCAPS, New Zealand A
Chennai Super Kings (IPL), Southern Brave (The Hundred), Somerset (Vitality Blast)
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