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Stuart Broad Biography

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Home Biography Stuart Broad Biography Facts About Stuart Broad * Did you find any mistake? Click here to help us to improve this page. Stuart Broad is an English cricketer. He is mainly the bowler for the England cricket team. He plays Test cricket for England and is the former captain of England One Day and Twenty 20 International teams. He started his professional cricket career at Leicestershire in 2005. He transferred to Nottinghamshire in 2008. He made his England debut in August 2006.  Source: @Instagram What is Stuart Broad Famous For? A right-arm seam bowler for the England cricket team. Source: @Instagram Where is Stuart Broad From? Stuart Broad was born on 24 June 1986. His birth name is Stuart Christopher John Broad. His birth place is in Nottingham in England. He holds English nationality. He was born to his father, Chris Broad, and his mother, Michelle Broad. He belongs to the white ethnicity and his religion is Christianity. He has a sister named Gemma. His zodiac sign is cancer. He attended Brooke Priory School and Oakham School. He finished school with three B grades at A-level. He was given the choice of a place at Durham University or a contract with Leicestershire County Cricket Club. Source: @Instagram Stuart Broad Career Stuart Broad started playing cricket at an early age.  He originally started as an opening batsman.  At age 16, he considered pursuing field hockey as a goalkeeper and had trials with an England underage team. He switched to fast bowling around the age of 17.  He was associated with Leicestershire since he was 8.  He played for Melton Mowbray club Egerton Park from age 9 to 19. Source: @Instagram He earned a full contract with Leicestershire after he had an impressive performance for Leicestershire 2nd XI in 2004.   He started his professional cricket career with Leicestershire in 2005.  He made his first-class debut against Durham University Centre of Cricketing Excellence in 2005.  He played for the England U19 team in 2005. He was named in the ECB National Academy squad for the winter of 2005–06.  He was then called up to the England 'A' squad touring the West Indies. He was a replacement for James Anderson.  He took his first 5-wicket haul against championship favorites, Surrey, in the 2006 season.  He was called up to the England A squad touring Sri Lanka in 2006.  He scored his first championship 50 against Derbyshire.  He led his county both in terms of wickets and bowling average in the County Championship.  He took 44 wickets at an average of 31.38 in 12 matches before being called up for England.  He made his England first-team debut in the Twenty20 International against Pakistan on 28 August 2006.  He took back-to-back two wickets but missed out on a hat-trick.  Two days later on 30 August, he made his ODI debut against Pakistan. He took a wicket in his first over.  He took 11 wickets and helped England to win its first-ever ODI series in Sri Lanka in 2007. His performance earned him a place on England Test team.  He made his Test debut against Sri Lanka in December 2007. Source: @Instagram He left Leicestershire to join his home county, Nottinghamshire at the end of the 2007 season. He has been playing domestic cricket for Nottinghamshire since 2008.  He recorded his first five-wicket haul in his international career against South Africa in August 2008.  He was named Man of the Series (one-day) after he took six wickets in England's ODI series win against the West Indies in May 2009. He was part of the England T20 team that finished runner-up at the 2009 ICC World Twenty20.  He picked up an injury during England's ICC Champions Trophy campaign in 2009. He was part of England that won the 2010 ICC World Twenty20. England defeated Australia in the final. He was fined 50% of his match fee after he was involved in a disciplinary incident in the second Test in the home series against Pakistan. After Pakistani batsman Zulqarnain Haider defended a ball bowled by Broad down the pitch, Broad picked the ball up and threw it at Haider, striking him on the hand.  He scored his maiden century (in all forms) in the final Test of the series against Pakistan in 2010. Source: @Instagram He missed the Tests and ODI series in 2010 after he suffered a muscle tear during England's tour of Australia.  He took a hat-trick in the series against India in 2011. He took the wickets of Mahendra Singh Dho...


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