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Chris Woakes

Chris Woakes
Role:
All Rounder
DOB:
2 March 1989 (Age 35)
Height:
6'1
Place of birth:
Birmingham

First Class Career Stats

167

Matches

6422

Runs

32.76

Batting avg

573

Wickets

25.4

Bowling avg

List A Career Stats

204

Matches

2265

Runs

22.42

Batting avg

251

Wickets

32.54

Bowling avg

T20 Career Stats

162

Matches

1021

Runs

21.27

Batting avg

172

Wickets

25.19

Bowling avg

Great player, great ambassador

Chris Woakes has come a long way since coming through the ranks at Aston Manor and Walmley.

Woakesy is now widely rated as one of the best all-rounders in the game. He is a World Cup winner and a regular for England in all formats.

He reminded the world he’s still one of the best in the business after being named the 2023 Ashes Player of the Series. The 34-year-old was not picked for the first two Tests but breathed fresh life into the contest, taking 19 wickets in the remaining three Tests, and inspired the hosts to a 2-2 draw.

“I’ve been at Warwickshire since the age of ten and it’s where I’ll always want to be.”

Chris Woakes

Chris Woakes

All Rounder

After making his Bears championship debut in 2007, the following year he topped our bowling averages with 45 wickets at 20.48 – and has never looked back.

With his likeable, unflappable character, Chris is a real asset for club and country with both bat and ball, regularly delivering when the pressure is on in the final overs.

None more so on that famous night at Edgbaston in 2014 where he sealed the Bears first ever NatWest T20 Blast Final triumph with an ice-nerved final over against Lancashire.

A great ambassador for club and country, when England commitments allow Woakesy on board, the Bears benefit from having one of the best players in the world at their disposal.

45

Test Caps

106

ODI Caps

1

Ashes Series

2

County Championships

2

One Day Cups

1

T20 Blasts

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