Matthew Fisher

MatthewFisher 24 yrs

England

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

Recent form

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4(12)

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F.Class

13(25)

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F.Class

15(25)

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F.Class

17(55)

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F.Class

0(1)

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DOMESTIC T20

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9(11)

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DOMESTIC T20

19(8)

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DOMESTIC T20

Bio

Batting Career

Batting career information not available at the moment

Bowling Career

Bowling career information not available at the moment

Teams Played For

New Zealand U19, Northern Knights

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)