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Jason Roy is one of the best English cricketers. His height is approx. 183 cm.
He started his cricket career at a young age. He started international cricket for England in 2014.
He has been a part of the England men’s national cricket team as an opening batsman since 2014.
Jason Roy is an English cricketer. He was born on 21 July 1990 in Durban, South Africa. His family moved to England in 2000.
|Jason Jonathan Roy
|21 July 1990
|Durban, South Africa
|Playing cricket, Golf and Surfing
Jason Roy studied at The Hawthorns School for a few years and then studied at Whitgift School.
|1. Hawthorns School
2. Whitgift School
Jason Roy is married and his wife’s name is Elle Winter. They have a daughter whose name is Everly.
He was born in South Africa and his family moved to England when he was only 10 years old. His father’s name is Craig Roy and his mother’s name is Chonell Roy.
Jason Roy has a brother whose name is Kristan Roy. His cousin Shane Snater is also a cricketer.
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Jason Roy height is approx. 6 feet and his weight is approx. 80 kg. Her hair color is brown and her eye color is blonde.
|Feet: 6 feet
Meters: 1.83 m
Centimeters: 183 cm
His Net Worth, Salary and Match Fee information is available here.
Jason Roy‘s Incredible 145 Off 63 Balls | Peshawar vs Quetta | Match 25 | HBL PSL 8
Jason Roy has been a part of England’s national cricket team since 2014. He is a right-handed batsman and right-arm medium bowler.
He plays as an opening batsman in England cricket team. His T20 and ODI shirt number is 67.
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|Coach or Mentor
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Jason Roy made his T20 debut on 7 September 2014 v India and his T20 cap number is 70.
He made his ODI debut on 8 May 2015 v Ireland and his ODI cap number is 238.
He made his Test debut on 24 July 2019 v Ireland and his Test cap number is 691.
|T20 Debut (Cap 70)
|7 September 2014 v India
|ODI Debut (Cap238 )
|8 May 2015 v Ireland
|Test Debut (Cap 691)
|24 July 2019 v Ireland
He plays for the England International Cricket team, in T20 Leagues and domestic tournaments.
England Development XI
Kolkata Knight Riders
Los Angeles Knight Riders
Nelson Mandela Bay Giants
Surrey 2nd XI