Will Young Biography, Age, Height, Partner

Will Young Cricketer, Biography, Age, Height, Partner

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NameWill Young
Real NameWilliam Alexander Young
ProfessionNew Zealand Cricketer
Personal Life
Date of Birth22-November-1992
Age30 Years Old
Birth PlaceNew Plymouth, New Zealand
Zodiac SignScorpio
NationalityNew Zealand
Career in Cricket
TeamsNew Zealand, New Zealand Under-19s, New Zealand, Nottinghamshire, Central Districts, New Zealand XI, Northamptonshire, Durham, New Zealand A
Batting StyleRight Hand Bat
Bowling StyleRight Arm Off Break
Net Worth
Net worth (Approx) as of 2023$5 Million
Educational Qualification
School/High SchoolNot Know
Physical status
Height• in centimeters- 188 cm
• in meters- 1.88 m
• in Feet Inches- 6’ 2”
Weight• in Kilograms- 78 kg
• in Pounds- 171 lbs
Family and Parent’s Details
FatherMr. Annabel Young
MotherMrs. Robin Young
SisterEmma Young
BrotherRupert Maxwell Young
PartnerJessie Winter
Partner, Girlfriend, and Affairs
Marital StatusUnmarried
Social Media Account and Contact Details
FacebookWill Young
InstagramWill Young
TwitterWill Young

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Who is Will Young?

Will Young is a New Zealand cricketer born in November 1992, in New Plymouth, New Zealand.

What is the age of Will Young?

Will Young is 30 years old as of October 2023.

What is the height of Will Young?

Will Young’s height is in centimeters: 188 cm; in meters: 1.88 m; and in feet: 6’ 2”.

Some exciting and lesser-known facts about Will Young

  • Will Young’s first job was as a waiter at a restaurant in London’s Soho district.
  • He is a trained actor and has appeared in several stage productions, including “The Vortex” and “Cabaret”.
  • He is a qualified yoga instructor and has his own yoga studio in London.
  • He made his international debut for New Zealand in a Test match against the West Indies in December 2020.
  • He scored his maiden Test century against Bangladesh in March 2021.
  • He scored his maiden ODI century against the Netherlands in March 2022.
  • He was a member of the New Zealand team that won the 2021 ICC World Test Championship.
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