All About Finn Allen And His Cricket Career

Finn Allen was born in New Zealand in 1999. He made his first international game for his team in his cricket career in March 2021. Finn made his T20 debut for Auckland in 2016-17. this game he played for the Super smash on January 3. Before his debut, he was named in the national team squad, which played in 2016. Therefore, he was supposed to represent the under-19 cricket team in that year’s world cup games. It made him advance his career further since this gave him a chance to showcase his talent to interested teams that were ready to battle for his signature. In December 2017, Allen was named the New Zealand national team again for the 2018 under-19 world cup. He scored his first century of the tournament against the west indies on the opening day of the game. He managed to score 115 wickets in that match. It made him the youngest player to have scored that in an opener competition score in the world cup matches in cricket.

In the game against Kenya, Finn scored a half-century off 19 balls, which made him the second quickest in the under-19 ODI test history. It was his second match in that competition. It made him become a top challenger in the scoring rate for New Zealand in that tournament that was being played. He managed to score 338 runs in that competition. He then made his List A debut for Auckland in 2017-18 for the Ford Trophy, played on March 17, 2018. Finn Allen also made his first-class debut for his home team in the same year for the plunket shield season on March 9, 2018. it was seen as a window for Allen to excel beyond limits. In 2019 September, he was named for the Auckland Aces’ squad for the competition, which was to take place in Abu Dhabi for the T20 trophy that year. In the tour match against England the same year, he managed to score an unbeaten century. It becomes a world record for him and his cricket career at that time.

In 2020 June, he was privileged to be offered a contract by Wellington. It was in preparation ahead of the 2020-21 domestic season. He became the leading run-scorer in that tournament as the team managed to defend their super league title. His opening partner Devon Conway was the second behind him with 455 wickets. He was the leading with 512 wickets and SR 194.  in March  2021, he transferred to Royal Challengers in Bangalore to replace Josh Philippe in the Indian premier league. In that same month, he was named to the New Zealand  Twenty20 International squad for the competition against Bangladesh. In that match, he scored 71 wickets in the 29 balls played in his third game. In August 2021, he also called for the team’s representation in a one-day tour to Pakistan for an ODI test. In the year 2022, he was fully bought by Royal Challengers of Bangalore in the Auction for India’s 2022 premier league tournament.

Family Background

Finn Allen

 is thought to have been born on April 22, 1999. He was born in Auckland, New Zealand. He was born to Darren Allen and Leanne Allen. He has a brother named Jordy Allen and has no sister. They are only two siblings in his home. He did his schooling at Saint Kentiger College found in  Auckland. He is a Christian, and he believes strongly in the Christian faith. He has not been married, and he does not date anyone. He has significantly improved in his career due to the motivation that he receives from his parents and those around him. That has made him have a strong relationship with his parents and his younger brother Jordy Allen. He currently has no child since he has not been engaged to anyone.

Personal Information About Finn Allen

Real NameFinn Allen
Date of BirthApril 22, 1999
Age22 years
Place of BirthAuckland, Nyuzilandi
NationalityNew Zealand
NicknameFinn Allen
BattingRight-handed
Nature of fieldbatsman
Eye colorBlue
Hair colorBrown
Height1.88 m

Finn Allen Personal Achievements

  • Finn started playing cricket while he was still a schoolboy in high school. So far, he is the youngest top-order batsman engaged in international matches in the Cricket New Zealand team and has been recognized for his aggressive batting style.
  • With his tireless efforts and skills, he was rocketed to higher ranks while playing age-level cricket in high school. It made him secure a chance to play for the New Zealand team for the 2016 under-19 cricket world cup at the tender age of 15. since then, he had not made his first cricket debut until that opportune moment availed itself.
  • In 2018, Finn made his comeback in the List A cricket for Auckland against the team from the central district in the 2017-18 Ford trophy.
  • He made his first-class match for the Plunket Shield tournament in March 2018. That became the maiden first-class match that he was engaged in. While also playing for the New Zealand under-19 cricket team, he was also featured in two other editions of the ICC under-19 cricket world cup for 2016 and 2018.
  • He captained his team in the 2018 world cup edition of the under-19. He had a brilliant start in the game as he smashed 115 against his opponents west Indies. That made him attract attention from more teams around. In the second match, he became the second-fastest with 18 balls. He made 338 runs, an average of 67, and a strike rate of 120.
  • He also had an eye-catching performance in the 2020-21 Dream11 super smash tournament, which allowed him to be selected in the national team in the New Zealand three-match T20 matches to be played against Bangladesh.
  • Finn had the worst moments at the start of his international career as he failed to score and thus was dismissed from the match. He thus could show his metal capability in his third match, where he could score 71 runs out of 29 balls. In the number of innings, Allen reached a 50 runs mark in 18 balls. He thus became the second-fastest young star to have reached that in the New Zealand team.

The career of All formats

T20 Career

He managed to make his international debut playing the T20I match against Bangladesh. Who took him out of the very first ball of his international debut. However, in his third T20I, Finn Allen hammered 71 runs in 29 balls. These matches included ten fours and three sixes. That led him to win his first reward as the man of the match award in the international tournament. In the T20 in the international matches, Finn was successfully involved in 82 scores, becoming a scoring rate of 190.24. he was also involved in the open battling of 6. he was a top score inner only once. It became a record-breaker for a young player like him.

IPL Career

His superb performance in the 2020-21 T20 attracted much attention from many teams. It led to him being selected for his first-ever match in the IPL. He was involved in the RCB team to play in the IPL as a replacement for Aussie. Being a top-order battler, he has several shots in IPL. It has made him keep wickets for his teams when needed. In February 2022, RCB bought him as a replacement for Josh Philippe. He was then involved in the IPL 2021. He has then snapped up at his base price of about INR 20 lakh, thus making significant advancements to the team as far as performance is concerned.

Social Media Follower

Instagram – 63000 Followers

Twitter – 3473 followers

FAQ

  1. How is Finn Allen?

Finn is 22 years old.

  • How much is Finn Allen’s net worth?

His net worth is $3 million.

  • Where did he go to school?

He went to Auckland st Kentigern college, where he started his cricket career, thus becoming famous in this field.

  • Where was he born?

Auckland, Nyuzilandi