ALL About Adam Milne And His Cricket Career

Adam Milne is another exciting young prospect from New Zealand, born on 13th April 1992 in Palmerston North. He is a professional New Zealand cricketer who has played limited-overs cricket. He is a right-arm fast bowler and has a severe pace too.

He completed his early education at Palmerston North Intermediate Normal school and then Palmerston North Boy’s high school. He made his t20 debut in Eden park Auckland against Pakistan in 2010, and a couple of years later, he made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka in 2012.

He always seemed to be injury-prone, which kept him away from competitive cricket for an extended period. He made it into the t20 w cup squad of new Zealand, which was a tremendous push to his cricketing journey. His ability to bowl quickly on any surface tempts the selectors to keep him along the white ball circuit of New Zealand cricket. He doesn’t entirely depend on the surface and can be lethal in any condition.

Personal Information Of Adam Milne

Full nameAdam Fraser Milne
Hometown  Palmerston NORTH, Manawatu Wanganui
NationalityNew Zealand
Profession  Cricketer
ReligionChristianity
SchoolPalmerston NORTH intermediate normal school
QualificationMaster of science
HobbiesCricket and Golf
Marital statusUnmarried
ODI DebutNov 2012 against Sri Lanka
Batting styleRight-handed
Bowling styleRight arm fast
Height183 cm
Weight80 kg
Zodiac signAries
Eye coloursBlue

Family Background Of Adam Milne

Adam Milne has two brothers, Finlay Milne and Dom Milne, His father’s name is Roy Milne & his mother is Margot Ferrick. He is not married yet but has a girlfriend named Jane Lawrence.

All Format Career Summary Of Adam Milne

Domestic Career Of Adam Milne

Adam Milne made his first-class cricket debut as an 18-year-old for central districts in the 2009- 10 season against Canterbury. Though his injuries always kept him out of cricket. In May 2017, Milne signed for Kent county cricket club, and he played the second half of the English season. He played five championship matches for Kent and seven in the NatWest t20 blast, taking 28 wickets.

He also made an incredible record playing for Kent, and he took five wickets for just 11 runs in a t20 match against Somerset in August 2017.

His ability to bowl at 150 plus clicks put him in that demanding bracket of t20 cricket.

International Career Of Adam Milne

He has played white-ball cricket for New Zealand and hasn’t played tests till now. He has been that guy for New Zealand who can have a fascinating Future in a White ball because of his ability to bowl quickly and lethally.

He made his ODI debut for them in 2012 against Sri Lanka. Still, he did not play a lot of cricket for New Zealand over ten years because he was an injury-prone player. He only played 40 ODIs for New Zealand, in which he took 41 wickets at an economy of 5.27, despite making his debut in ODI cricket ten years ago. He has been short of playing international cricket for New Zealand. He made a comeback after making a debut against Sri Lanka in 2012.

He made his t20 debut against Pakistan in 2010. Had Success in the t20 international cricket game in 2012, and he made it into the squad of New Zealand for the t20 world cup in Sri Lanka. Still, he suffered from severe injuries that did not allow him to play consistently for New Zealand. In his T20 International Career, he has got 31 matches in which he has taken 32 wickets at an average of 26.68 with the best bowling figures of 4/37.

He did not playtests for New Zealand and has only played the other two formats. He can be a good asset for test cricket, keeping in mind the pace at which he regularly hit 150 Plus, and that can be intimidating for the batter, but so far, he has not been given a chance to represent his team in Red ball cricket.

IPL Career Of Adam Milne

We often talk about the importance of IPL and everyone’s wish list to be a part of this lucrative league. His first assignment came in 2015 when Royal challengers Bangalore picked him up but could not play due to the injury. We have talked about him being injury-prone most of his career. He did play for RCB in the 2016 and 2017 editions of the tournament.

In February 2021, Milne was bought by one of the finest and most successful franchises of IPL Mumbai Indians they picked them ahead of 2021. In 2022 he was picked by Chennai Super Kings in 1.50Cr.

T20 Career of Adam Milne

We also emphasize that because of his rapid pace, he has played a lot of T20 leagues around The world other than IPL. We have seen him being in a lot of demand, and he has been that go-to man for the teams whenever they want to take wickets. They bring him in, and they want to make sure that he hurries the batsman on his toes because of his intimidating pace.

In May 2017, Adam Milne signed for Kent County cricket club and played T20 games. He has also played the recently introduced tournament 100, he was a part of its inaugural edition, and his franchise for the following year has retained him.

He has got some astonishing records in T20 cricket; one of them is his most economical spell in Big Bash League, where he just conceded six runs in his four overs. Out of those 25 balls that he bowled, 20 were dot balls which is an unusual and unrealistic sight in T20 cricket.

Net Worth Of Adam Milne

The net worth of Adam Milne is about ten million$, about 73 crore Indian rupees. A significant chunk of his earnings comes from the central contract of New Zealand and the Ipl. He has also played domestic cricket in New Zealand and gets his monthly salary.

Achievements Of Adam Milne

  • He bowled one of the fastest deliveries, clocked 153 km per hour, making him the 6th fastest bowler in the world in 2015.
  • He holds the record for bowling the second most economical spell in Big Bash League, where he just conceded six runs in 4 overs with 20 dot balls.
  • He picked the wicket on the second ball of his first-class debut.

Social Media Handles Of Adam Milne

Instagram – 178K Followers

Twitter – 39.2K Followers

FAQ

1. Is Adam Milne playing?

A young and promising fast bowler, Adam Milne was impressed during the Champions League in 2010 when he bowled with verve and passion playing for Central Districts. He had a fine First-Class debut as an 18-year-old when he took 4/52 against Canterbury.

2. How fast is Adam Milne?

He is a right-arm fast bowler and plays limited-overs international cricket for the New Zealand cricket team. He can ball at a speed of 150 km/h and became the sixth fastest bowler in the world by delivering the ball at 153.2 km/h.

3. Is Adam Milne a good bowler?

A young and promising fast bowler, Adam Milne was impressed during the Champions League in 2010 when he bowled with verve and passion playing for Central Districts. He had a fine First-Class debut as an 18-year-old when he took 4/52 against Canterbury.