Mark Watt (Cricketer) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight, Biography, Family, Career, Net Worth, Wife, & More
Mark Robert James Watt is a Scotland cricketer who lives in Edinburgh, Scotland. He is a bowler who bowls as slow left-arm orthodox. Watt has played for some team like, Lancashire, Derbyshire, Marylebone, and Scotland Under-19. Now, present, he is playing for Derbyshire cricket club and Scotland cricket team.
|Real name||Mark Robert James Watt|
|Date of Birth||July 29, 1996|
|Age (as 2022)||26 years old|
|Birth Place||Edinburgh, Scotland|
|Parents||Father: Name Not Known|
Mother: Name Not Known
|Siblings||Sister: Name Not Known|
|Batting Style||Left-handed |
|Bowling Style||Slow left-arm orthodox|
|Net worth||$3 million (Approx.)|
Birth & Early Life
Mark Watt was born on July 29, 1996 at Edinburgh, Scotland.
Watt was selected for Scotland squad against Ireland in T-20 International match in May 2015. He made his T-20 debut against Ireland on June 18, 2015. After his T-20 International debut, he made his debut in List A in 2015-17 ICC Cricket League Championship against Nepal on July 31, 2015. Later on, Watt also made his debut in First-Class (2015-17 ICC International Cup) against United Arab Emirates on August 9, 2016.
Watt was selected for Scotland squad against Hong Kong in August 2016. He made his One Day International (ODI) debut against Hong Kong on September 8, 2016. In ODI, he took his first wicket of Babar Hayat. After that in 2019 ICC T-20 World Cup Qualifier tournament, he was selected in Scotland squad. Later on, Watt was selected for ODI series against Netherland in May 2021. In that series, he took his 100th international wicket of Ben Cooper on May 19, 2021. After that, Watt was selected for 2021 ICC Men’s T-20 World Cup in September 2021. In that tournament, he appeared in 8 matches and took 7 wickets.
Watt was signed with Derbyshire County Cricket Club in T-20 Blast 2022 in England on March 2022. In same month, he was selected for 2022 Papua New Guinea Tri-Nation Series against Oman. Watt played his 100th international match against Papua New Guinea on April 9, 2022.
Now, 2022 Watt is selected for 2022 ICC Men’s T-20 World Cup September 22, 2022.
|International debut||T-20: June 18, 2015 against Ireland |
ODI: September 8, 2016 against Hong Kong
|Domestic debut||List A: July 31, 2015 against Nepal |
First Class: August 9, 2016 against United Arab Emirates
|Height||6 feet 0 inch|
Facts of Mark Watt
- Watt has took his 5 haul wicket against Netherland on February 5, 2016. On that day, he took of Wesley Barresi, Max O’ Dowd, Michael Rippon, Paul Van and Ahsan Malik in 2016.
- He was selected for Edinburgh Rocks team of Euro T-20 Slam League in July 2019, but the league was cancelled due to some reason.
- From 2015-July 2022, Watt has appeared in 49 matches and took 57 wickets with best bowling figure 5/27 against Netherland on February 5, 2016 in T-20 International matches
- From 2016-August 2022, he has appeared in 46 matches and took 59 wickets with best bowling figure 5/33 against United Arab Emirates on August 14, 2022.