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| On Oct 3, 2019 3:05 PM IST

Zubayr Hamza (South African Cricketer) Wife, Records, Controversies, Age, Weight, Height and More


Zubayr Hamza born in Cape Town started playing out of Primrose Cricket Club, but soon noticed by the provincial selectors. He grew up idolizing Jacques Kallis. Initially, Hamza began to play for SA Schools before making his debut in the Western Province U-19 set-up and then onto the provincial scene.

He is the fourth-youngest batsman in South Africa to score a double hundred in a first-class game. Other notable players who achieved this before turning 20 included names are Graeme Pollock, Dean Elgar, Ken Viljoen, and others.

Name: Zubayr Hamza

Nickname: NA

Role: Batsman 

Cricket Career

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International Debut

Test: vs. Pakistan at The Wanderers Stadium on Jan 11, 2019


T20I: NA

Career Turning Point: NA

Jersey Number: NA

Major Teams: South Africa, Cape Cobras, South Africa Schools XI, Western Cape Invitation XI, Western Province, Western Province Under-19s

Early Career

He played in the Western Province, cricket team squad for the 2015 Africa T20 Cup.

In the year 2016-17 Sunfoil Series match between Cape Cobras and Knights, he was dismissed after he handled the ball.

In September 2018, he was the leading run-scorer for South Western Districts in the tournament with the score of 102 runs in just four matches.

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5ft 11in 

Weight (approx.): 79kg

Eye Colour: Brown 

Hair Colour: Black

Personal Life

Date of Birth: 19th June 1995

Age (as of May 2019): 24 Year

Birth Place: Cape Town

Nationality: South African

Zodiac sign/Sun sign: Gemini

School: Rondebosch High School


Father: NA

Mother: NA

Sister: NA

Brother: NA

Marital Status: Unmarried

Religion: Christianity 

Address: Cape Town, City of Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa


(Photo by Ashley Vlotman/Gallo Images)

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Lesser Known Facts

In the year 2016, he was nominated for the provincial three Day Cup Player of the Year at the CSA Awards.

In 2014, He made his First-Class average of 48.95 with the highest score of 202 * against Namibia.

In 4-day franchise series, Hamza made 255 runs at an average of 31.87.

In the 2017-18 Sunsfoil series, he was the fourth-highest run-scorer in the tournament with 828 runs ar ana average of 69.00.

Hamza was selected for the SA A side tour of India earlier in the year, and he left two-match unofficial Test series with good numbers, averaging 52.00 after three knocks.

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