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Sydney Sixers (Domestic T20)

Royal Challengers Bangalore (IPL T20)






Mitchell Starc is the new superstar of world cricket.

Mitchell made his Test debut against NZ at the Gabba in November 2011. He took his 100th Test wicket in the 2nd Test v Sri Lanka in August, 2016, where he recorded the best match figures ever for a fast bowler in an Asian Test, capturing a career best 11-94.


This followed his epic 2015 year where he was the Player of the Tournament in the ICC Cricket World Cup. He captured 22 wickets at the amazing average of 10.18, strike rate of 17.4 and economy rate of 3.5. His campaign was one of the best bowling performances ever by an International player and he ended the tournament ranked #1 ODI bowler in the world for the first time in his career.


In all formats, he took 151 wickets at 16.35 in 2015, before his summer was cut short by injury.


He broke the 19 year old record forfastest bowler in history to take take 100 ODI wickets in August 2016.


Mitchell has now taken 143 wickets from 34 Tests and is on track to become one of Australia's greatest ever fast bowlers.


Mitchell is married to Australian women’s player, Alyssa Healy.


Made his ODI debut in October 2010 aged 20.

Made his Test Debut in December 2011 at the Gabba against New Zealand after taking back to back 5 wicket hauls for NSW.

Member of the Sydney Sixers team who won the 2011/12 KFC BBL tournament.

Has taken the prized Test scalp of cricket’s leading run scorer Sachin Tendulkar twice.

Leading wicket taker in the English County Championship T20 competition taking 18 wickets at 10.7 for Yorkshire during his stint in the UK for the 2012 season.

Praised by Wasim Akram as one of the most exciting young fast bowlers in World Cricket due to his ability to produce great pace, swing and bounce.


Leading wicket ticker at the T20 Champions League in South Africa with the Sydney Sixers in 2012.


Leading wicket-taker for Australia in 2014 World T20.


Player of the Tri-Series against India and England 2015.


Player of the tournament for the ICC World Cup in Australia's victorious campaign. Leading the bowling with 22 wicket at an average of 10.


Leading wicket-taker for Australia in 2015 Ashes series with 18 scalps and 2 half-centuries.


Leading wicket-taker and Player of the Tournament in the 2015 Matador BBQ One Day Cup with 26 wickets at the average of 8. This is also the record for most wickets in an Australian One Day Domestic season.


Fastest recorded delivery in the history of Test cricket (160.4kph) v NZ at the WACA on 15th November 2015.


#1 Ranked bowler in ODI cricket.


Fastest bowler in history to 100 ODI wickets.


Australian Test Player of the Year 2016.



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Career Highlights

12 5-wicket hauls and 15 4-wicket hauls for Australia thus far.


Player of the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup.


Fastest player in history to reach ODI wickets.


Bowled fastest delivery in Test history (160.4 kph).


Record for most wickets in an Australian ODD competition (26).


Australian Test Player of the Year 2016.

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