Ben Dunk – Biography, Facts & Life Story
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Height, Weight & Physical Stats
|Height||5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m)|
|Age||36 years old (in 2023)|
|Date of Birth||March 11, 1987|
|Full Name||Ben Robert Dunk|
Ben Robert Dunk About
Ben Robert Dunk, one of the well-known Australian all-rounded cricketer, who is best known as a specialist batsman. Dunk was born on 11 March 1987, in one of the beautiful cities of Australian, Queensland and is also known as stand-in captain of the Bulls in the Ryobi Cup from 2010 to 2011. While his teenaged, his family moved to north Queensland, Tasmania in 2012 where Dunk family ran a banana farm. Dunk studied business with a major in management from Australia.
Initially, Dunk was Queensland’s wicket-keeper where he played for Queensland Bulls and was the captain of Bull. The hard-working player made his real fame after shifting to Tasmania due to his keen interest in cricket where Dunk recognizes as a specialist batsman.
In 2013, he was one of the best players in the Lancashire league cricket league. This league was proven to be the new turn in the Dunk’s career. He returned back in this homeland with newfound energy in 2014, which lead him to as a remarkable player in the Big Bash League (BBL). BBL is Australia’s domestic Twenty20 cricket competition. In this season Dunk was one of the 4th highest run-scorer in the history of the tournament and scored 395 runs at 43.88. Additionally, he became the top run-scorer on two occasions of the season that was not achieved by any of the players of the BBL. This great success of the cricketer rose to international cricket. Later he appeared in the Indian Premier League (IPL) where he had dialed with the Mumbai Indians team. After which he played for The Caribbean Premier League (CPL) that is an annual Twenty20 cricket tournament of West Indies, held in the Caribbean.
Dunk played Matador Cup that holds in 2014-15 by beating the Australian List A and recorded as the highest scorer with the unbeaten 229 runs, and Australia’s T20 team as well. In 2015-16, Dunk scored the first four first-class centuries of his career, running with 837 at 46.50.
In the recent year, in September 2019, Dunk was named for the Nelson Mandela Bay Giants team for the 2019 Mzansi Super League. In 2020, now he is appearing in the Lahore Qalandar PSL team as a wicketkeeper.
Ben Dunk Education
School: Brisbane Grammar School
Ben Dunk Career
Known For: Playing for the Queensland Bulls and the Tasmanian Tigers in Australian interstate cricket as a left-handed batsman
Net Worth: USD $1 million (approx)
Family & Relatives
Mother: Not known
Marital Status: In a relationship
No. of Children: None