Curtis Campher (Cricketer) Age, Wiki, Height, Biography, Career & More

Curtis Campher(Cricketer) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight, Biography, Family, Career, Net Worth, Wife, & More

Curtis Campher is an South Africa born cricketer who plays for Ireland. He is currently living in Dublin, Ireland. He is a bowling all-rounder who bowls right-arm fast-medium. Campher has raised in South Africa and also played Under-19 matches for South Africa, but in 2020, he decided to leave his homeland and received Irish passport. When, he entered in Ireland, Campher was named in Ireland Wolves team.

Real nameCurtis Campher
Date of BirthApril 20, 1999
Age (as 2022)23 years old
Birth PlaceJohannesburg, South Africa
ParentsFather: Name Not Known
Mother: Name Not Known
Curtis Campher with his family
SiblingsBrother: Cole Campher
HometownDublin, Ireland
Batting StyleRight-hand
Bowling StyleRight-arm fast medium
Curtis Campher bowling style
Net worth$5 million (Approx.)
Marital StatusMarried
Curtis Campher
Curtis Campher

Birth & Early Life

Curtis Campher was born on April 20, 1999 at Johannesburg, South Africa. In 2022, Campher leaved his homeland and took the passport of Irish. He has completed his studies in South Africa. His brother name is Cole Campher.

SchoolNot Known
CollegeSt Stihians College, South Africa
Educational QualificationGraduate
Curtis Campher early age photo
Curtis Campher early age photo


Campher has started his career of cricket while playing in St. Stihians College, where he was playing as batsman. After that, Campher played for South-Africa in Under-19, there he transfer batting to bowling. Later on in 2020, he came in Ireland team, where Campher made his domestic matches debut. He was selected for Ireland Wolves for Namibia tour in February 2020. In that month, he made his T-20 tournament debut against Namibia on February 21, 2020. After five days, Campher also made his List A debut against Namibia on February 26. Later on in same year, he was selected for Ireland Under-21 squad for England tour to started training behind closed doors ( in the stadium spectator are not allowed) for One Day International (ODI) series against England team.

Campher made his debut against England on July 30, 2020 at Southampton. On his debut match, he score 59 runs (not out) and took the International career first wicket of Tom Banton, but Ireland went on to lose by 6 wickets. After that in next year, Campher was selected for Ireland Wolves for Bangladesh tour. There he made his First-Class debut against Bangladesh A team on February 26, 2021. After his First-Class debut, he was selected for T-20 International in August 2021 against Zimbabwe series.

He made his T-20 International debut against Zimbabwe on August 27, 2021. Later on, Campher was selected for 2021 ICC Men’s T-20 World Cup in September 2021. In that T-20 World Cup he took T-20 International hat-trick against Netherlands on October 18, 2021 and became the first bowler for Ireland to took hat-trick in T-20 format in World Cup. On that day, he also became the third player to take 4 wickets in 4 ball after Lasith Malinga and Rishid Khan.

Now, Campher was selected for Ireland squad for 2022 ICC Men’s T-20 World Cup on September 20, 2022.

International debutODI: July 30, 2020 against England
T-20: August 27, 2021 against Zimbabwe
Domestic debutList A: February 26, 2020 against Namibia
T-20(tournament): February 21, 2020 against Namibia
First-Class: February 26, 2021 Bangladesh A team.
Jersey Number #85
Curtis Campher
Curtis Campher

Personal Life

Campher has married with his longtime girlfriend Dayna Thackrah on June 16, 2018 at Johannesburg, South Africa.

Marriage DateJune 16, 2018
WifeDayna Thackrah
ChildrenNot Known
Curtis Campher with his wife Dayna Thackrah
Curtis Campher with his wife Dayna Thackrah

Physical Stats

Height 5 feet 9 inch
Weight 75 kg
Eyes Color Brown
Hair Color Brown
Curtis Campher
Curtis Campher

Facts of Curtis Campher

  • Champher is a South African born, who plays for Ireland cricket team.
  • Champher is the first bowler to take the hat-trick in T-20 format for Ireland on October 18, 2021 against in ICC Men’s T-20 World Cup. On that in 10th over 2nd ball he dismissed Colin, then on 3rd ball he dismissed Ryan ten, and on hat-trick ball he dismissed Scott Edwards present captain of Netherland and he also took wicket (4 wickets continues) on 5th ball of Roelof van der. On that day, Champher became third player to take 4 wickets on 4 balls after Lasith Malinga and Rishid Khan.
  • He is the Ambassador for Expert Stores and Experts Electrical company, the both companies are of South Africa.
  • Campher wished his wife 5th Marriage Anniversary on June 16, 2022, by recognizing old memories.