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Marcus Stoinis

Allrounder

Did you know?

In May 2016, Stoinis achieved his career best T20 figures against the Mumbai Indians, returning 4-15 for Kings XI Punjab.

RUNS
1050
AVERAGE
33.87

Marcus Stoinis

Allrounder

Did you know?

In May 2016, Stoinis achieved his career best T20 figures against the Mumbai Indians, returning 4-15 for Kings XI Punjab.

RUNS
136
AVERAGE
15.11

Allrounder

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Medium

AGE
30
HEIGHT
185CM
BORN

Perth

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

WA

WA

Bio

Despite debuting for his home state of Western Australia as a 19-year-old, Marcus Stoinis eventually moved to Victoria in 2012 seeking more opportunities as a young cricketer.

The top-order batsman and medium pacer didn’t take long to make his mark in the Marsh Shield, with a breathtaking 170 against Tasmania in the 2013/14 season, followed by topping the run-scorers’ list for his state in the 2014/15 season.

Within a year, Stoinis made his ODI & T20I debuts before being left out for nearly a year and a half from both formats.

His consistent performances in first-class cricket earned him yet another chance in ODIs – a career-defining comeback which saw him smash 146 not out and claim three wickets against New Zealand. While his efforts didn’t get his side get over the finish line, it did manage to seal his spot in Australia’s limited over formats.

Named Australia’s ODI cricketer of the year in 2018-19, Stoinis has also been hugely impressive as a Melbourne Stars player the Big Bash League, with his record score of 147 off 79 balls being a standout performance in BBL|09.

MATCHES
41
DEBUT
2015
CAP NO
209
BEST BATTING
146
BEST BOWLING
3 - 16
Bowling
WICKETS
33
AVERAGE
43.82
ECONOMY
6.14
S/R
42.85
5W
0
10W/M
0
Batting
RUNS
1050
INNINGS
38
NOT OUTS
7
AVERAGE
33.87
100s
1
50s
6
MATCHES
19
DEBUT
2015
CAP NO
74
BEST BATTING
33
BEST BOWLING
2 - 27
Bowling
WICKETS
9
AVERAGE
35.44
ECONOMY
8.32
S/R
25.56
5W
0
10W/M
0
Batting
RUNS
136
INNINGS
14
NOT OUTS
5
AVERAGE
15.11
100s
0
50s
0

BKT Golden Bat winner Stoinis reflects on BBL|09 campaign

Melbourne Stars opener Marcus Stoinis reflects on his record-breaking KFC BBL campaign that saw him win the BKT Golden Bat as the tournament's leading run-scorer


2:00 Stoinis-slams-his-way-to-BBL-record-in-MCG-final-still

Stoinis slams his way to BBL record in MCG final

Marcus Stoinis continued his golden run in the KFC BBL, scoring 83 from 54 balls to set a new record for the most runs in a single tournament


1:35 Sneak-peek-The-Love-Cafe-with-Zampa-and-Stoinis-still

Sneak peek: The 'Love Cafe' with Zampa and Stoinis

In a special snippet from the upcoming documentary series 'The Test', the Aussie cricket team's 'rare human beings' share their special bond over coffee. Streaming March 12 on Amazon Prime Video


Stoinis pulled from Aus A clash with shoulder injury

Western Australia unable to bowl after hurting shoulder in Sheffield Shield match forcing him to be ruled out of day-night clash with England Lions at the MCG


Stoinis crowned BBL Player of the Tournament

Stars allrounder beats hot field to take home the trophy ahead of his must-win clash against the Thunder


Our BBL|09 Team of the Tournament

After the 56-game home-and-away season wound up, the cricket.com.au team have picked an unofficial best XI from BBL|09


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