Matthew Fisher

MatthewFisher 24 yrs

England

Born:Nov 9, 1997York
batting style
Right Handed
bowling style
Right-arm fast-medium

Recent form

BattingBowling

2(26)

vs GLCS

F.Class

0(5)

vs WI

Test

0(9)

vs

LIST A

0(5)

vs

F.Class

4(12)

vs

F.Class

0(8)

vs WARKS

F.Class

13(25)

vs WARKS

F.Class

15(25)

vs SOM

F.Class

17(55)

vs HAM

F.Class

0(1)

vs SUS

DOMESTIC T20

Bio

Batting Career

FormatMatchesInningsNORunSRAvgHS100s/50s200s4s/6s
Test11100.000.0000/000/0

Bowling Career

FormatMatchesInningsWicketsSRAvg5 WktBFEco
Test121162.0071.0001/672.63

Teams Played For

New Zealand U19, Northern Knights, Yorkshire

Matthew's Bio

A tall, hit-the-deck kind of bowler, Matthew Fisher broke 92 years old record by becoming the youngest cricketer to play a competitive county game at the age of 15 years and 212 days when he lined up against Leicestershire in a 40-over match. 

After bursting onto the cricketing scene, Fisher was immediately called into the U-19 England squad for the 2014 ICC U-19 World Cup. Despite his tender age, he made an instant impact and finished as the leading wicket-taker as England finished third in the prestigious tournament.

In April 2015, Fisher appeared in a first-class game for the first time against the Notts. He played a small part in Yorkshire’s 2015 County Championship success featuring in just 3 matches. His maiden T20 five-for, against Derbyshire at Headingley in May 2015, came whilst he was in the midst of his A-Level exams at his school.

A standout first-team performance came in September 2017 in a County Championship match against Warwickshire. He claimed a career-best 5-54 in the first innings and hit 37 and 15 with the bat leading his team to victory before getting stranded at 96/7.

After a series of muscle injuries, Fisher slightly fell back but all those injuries only strengthened the youngster’s career. A new ball seamer who is a very, very handy lower-order batsman, Fisher can be seen as a genuine all-rounder in all formats. In February 2021, Fisher was selected for the inaugural Hundred campaign by the Emerald Headingley-based Northern Superchargers.

(As of April 2021)