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Andile Phehlukwayo (cricketer) Wife, Weight, Height, Age, Records and More

By Yash Mittal

Andile Phehlukwayo (South Africa Cricketer)

Nickname: Andy
Profession: South African All-rounder
Biography
Autobiography: NA
Biopic: NA
Physical Appearance
Height (approx.): 5’9″
Weight (approx.): 75 Kgs
Eye Colour: Dark Brown
Hair Colour: Black
Tattoos:
Personal Life
Date of Birth: March 03, 1996
Age (as on 2018): 22 Years
Birth Place: Margate, KwaZulu-Natal
Zodiac sign/Sun sign: Pisces
Nationality: South African
School: Glenwood High School, Durban, South Africa
College: Not Known
Educational Qualifications: Not Known
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Family
Father: Thando Phehlukwayo
Mother: Name not known
Sister: NA
Brother: NA
Coach/Mentor: NA
Religion:
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Cricket Career
International Debut:
Test: September 25, 2016, vs Ireland at Benoni
ODI: September 28, 2017, against Bangladesh at Potchefstroom
T20: January 20, 2017, vs Sri Lanka at Centurion
Jersey Number: #3 (South Africa), #3 (Domestic)
Domestic/State Team: Dolphins, KwaZulu-Natal
Nature on the field: Aggressive
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Favourite Shot/Ball: NA

Career Turning Point

His excellent performance in the 2015-16 season of the T20 tournament earned him a place in the national side.

Records

Phehlukwayo was the leading wicket-taker (12) for the Dolphins in the 2015-16 season.

Preferences
Hobbies: Playing table-tennis
Favourite Batsmen: Chris Gayle
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Favourite sports Commentator: NA
Favourite Food: NA
Favourite Actors: NA
Favourite Films: NA
Favourite Musicians/Singers: NA
Favourite Destination: NA
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Girlfriends, Spouse and Children
Marital Status: Unmarried
Affairs/Girlfriends: Khanya May Green
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Awards and recognitions

  • In 2016, Phehlukwayo earned the most number of wickets in an ODI against Australia.
  • Phehlukwayo received the Daily News UZKN School Sports Star of the year award at Independent newspapers.

Lesser Known Facts

  • Phehlukwayo was selected for the 2014 U-19 World Cup which South Africa won. He, however, featured in a single match.

Yash Mittal

A cricket lover waiting for the next Indian cricket triumph!