Scott Boland Family and Parents – Scott Michael Boland is an Australian cricketer has a Net Worth around $4 Million know all about him in this Blog.
Scott Boland Wiki
|Birthdate||11 April 1989|
|Age (as of 2021)||32 years|
|Place of Birth||Melbourne, Australia|
|Marital Status||Not Married|
|Parents||Name not Known|
|Siblings||Nick ( Brother )|
|Education||St Bede’s College|
Scott Michael Boland is an Australian cricketer. Domestically, he plays for Victoria and the Hobart Hurricanes.In March 2019, he was named the Sheffield Shield Player of the Year by Cricket Australia.
Boland is one of a handful of Indigenous Australians to be selected to play for Australia at international level and, as of December 2021, is only the second male Aboriginal player to have played Test Cricket for Australia, after Jason Gillespie first achieved this.He plays as a right-arm fast-medium bowler.
Scott Boland Family, Parents
Boland was born in Mordialloc, Melbourne, Victoria. Starting his career with Parkdale Cricket Club, Boland first played a competitive game for the club aged six, in the under-12’s competition.
He then rose through the ranks of Parkdale Cricket Club, before joining Victorian Premier Cricket club Frankston Peninsula at age 16, to further his cricketing development. Scott Boland’s parents’ names are not disclosed yet. Boland has a brother, Nick, who also played professional cricket, for Victoria’s Future League side.
Scott Boland Wife, Is Scott Boland Married
Scott Boland, an Australian cricketer, is married to a stunning woman whose identity has yet to be released on social media. On May 14, 2017, the couple exchanged married vows.
Although his wife’s name and information are yet to be revealed, you can undoubtedly see images of them together posing for the camera. Because he doesn’t want to jeopardise his personal privacy, the cricketer has always been quiet about his wife and children.
Scott Boland Net Worth
Scott Michael Boland is an Australian cricketer has an estimated Net Worth around $4 Million in 2022.His all earnings comes from his cricket career.
Scott Boland Career
Despite a strong start to the 2011/2012 season with Frankston-Peninsula, Boland wasn’t called up to debut until Victoria’s fourth Sheffield Shield game of the season, coming up against Western Australia, on 11 November 2011. In this game, he bowled 25 overs, taking a total of 2/92 across the two innings.
The 2013/14 Ryobi Cup was somewhat of a breakthrough for Boland, he played 6 matches, taking 9 wickets at 33.33, and was Victoria’s leading fast bowler during the tournament. His best figures of 3/42 came against New South Wales, his economical bowling crucial in restricting their total in a tight win.
The 2018/19 domestic season was another successful season for Boland. For Victoria in the Sheffield Shield Boland took 48 wickets, the most from Victoria, at a miserly average of 19.66.He took two 5 wickets hauls, taking 6/49 against New South Wales to bowl Victoria to an innings victory. He also took 7/54 in the first innings against South Australia to finish with figures of 9/102. These performances helped Boland on the way to claim the Sheffield Shield Player of the Season award.
He made his Twenty20 International debut for Australia against India on 29 January 2016.After consistent performances in the Ryobi Cup, Boland was selected in the ODI squad to take on India, in their tour of Australia. According to his state captain at the time, Matthew Wade, Boland was selected for his ability to bowl the final overs of the match, Wade saying: “He’s worked really hard over the last 18 months to hone those skills and be a finisher.
That’s probably got him picked in the Australian team. His death stuff has been outstanding. He’ll own that and he’ll hopefully dominate that for us.”He made his One Day International debut for Australia against India on 12 January 2016.He was selected to debut against India in the first match of the series, at the WACA ground. Boland went on to record figures of 0/74 off 10 overs, the worst figures by a debutant Australian bowler ever.
Boland’s next international appearances came in a tri-series between West Indies, South Africa, and Australia in the West Indies. He was called into the squad after an injury to fellow Victorian John Hastings,and toured with the Australian squad, being named in the squad for two matches, one of which was cancelled due to weather. Boland played another, against the West Indies, where he took 2/69 from 10 overs, helping restrict the West Indies to 283, which Australia chased to win by six wickets.
In 2018, Boland was selected in the Aboriginal XI that toured England to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the 1868 Aboriginal team that traveled to England. His brother Nick was also in the squad of 13. The 1868 tour was the first time that an Australian sports team had represented the country overseas.
Boland was a standout on the tour, with some commentators noting he was unplayable at times.Over the six matches he took five wickets at an average of 28.40 and was presented with the Taverners Australia Indigenous Cricketer of the Year award.
In December 2021, Boland was added to Australia’s Test squad as bowling cover, ahead of the third match of the 2021–22 Ashes series.He made his Test debut on 26 December 2021, against England. Boland had his baggy green cap presented to him by Josh Hazlewood. He took seven wickets in the match, including 6/7 in England’s second innings. He was awarded the Mullagh Medal for his performance.