Liam Dawson


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Liam Dawson

Occupation cricketer
Age 25 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 23 January 1996
Birthday 23 January
Height 5 feet 8 inches
Weight 80 kg
Father  Andy Dawson
Mother  unknown
Religion Christian
Marital status Married
Wife  Sophie Dawson
No of child 1 child
Net Worth  $5 million
Social Media Instagram

English cricketer Liam Andrew Dawson competes for Hampshire and England. He uses his right hand to bat and his left to bowl orthodox spin. In July 2016, he made his England debut on the world stage. Since then, he has played for England in all three formats, with the most recent appearance being in 2018.

Age & Birth Information

The well-known English cricketer Liam Andrew Dawson was born in Swindon, England, on March 1, 1990. His zodiac sign is Pisces, and he is a Christian. His father is Andy Dawson, and BC Dawson is one of his brothers. He studied at the John Bentley School in England. Cricket was Liam’s first sport when he was three years old. When he was 7 years old, Liam joined the Goatacre Club to advance his cricket career. A devoted supporter of the Bury Football Club was Liam Andrew Dawson.

He is an all-rounder for England’s cricket team. Dawson bowls with the fingertips of his left arm spinning the ball while batting right-handed. Despite having started his career as a professional cricketer in 2007, he has been a member of England’s national team since 2016. At age three, Liam Andrew Dawson started using the bat. In a number of local and international cricket matches, Dawson has represented England.

Height & Weight

He has a lean, athletic build. He is five feet, eight inches, or one hundred seventy-three centimeters, tall and also weighs 80 kilos, or roughly 154 pounds, on average. 41 inches are across his chest. The lengths of Liam’s biceps and waist are 13 and 32 inches, respectively. His hair is golden, and Liam Andrew Dawson has blue eyes. The medium length of Dawson’s hair means it is neither too short nor too long.

Professional life

When he was three years old, he developed a passion for cricket and started learning the sport in the English countryside town of Goatacre, in the county of Wiltshire. On the other hand, Liam Andrew Dawson started playing cricket professionally when he was seventeen years old, in 2007. Through the Chippenham Cricket Club, he has competed for Wiltshire in a number of youth cricket matches.

He performed admirably at Chippenham Cricket Club, and as a result of it, he was selected to play for Hampshire’s team in 2007. As a result of some impressive performances in Hampshire, Liam Andrew Dawson was chosen for the under-19 England side to take part in the Test match series against Malaysia and Pakistan in the same year. He dazzled everyone in the Test series against Pakistan and won the top wicket-taker award and also was highly praised for his six wickets against Malaysia for England’s under-19 team.

Liam Dawson is a Cricketer(Source: Instagram)

He created a List. A debut for Hampshire in the last months of 2007, despite his performance not being very noteworthy. On September 19, 2007, Dawson played in his maiden first-class cricket match, which was against Yorkshire. Liam, though, earned his first century in 2008 against Nottinghamshire. In 2009, Liam participated in a set of games for the England Lions against New Zealand. From 2011 to 2012, Liam played with the Mountaineers, but ever since, he has been a consistent part of the Hampshire. On 2012, Liam Andrew Dawson dramatically improved his bowling technique, which caught the attention of the crowd.

In 2013, he represented Prime Bank Cricket Club, and his bat skills astounded everyone. In his cricket career, he also amassed 1,000 runs in first-class play. Liam belonged to the Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club in 2014.

He moved to Essex the same year and started playing on loan for the Essex team, but at the end of 2015, he went back to Hampshire.

In 2016, Liam Andrew Dawson participated in the BPL for the Rangpur Riders. He played for the Chittagong Vikings in 2017. Liam participated in the 2018 Bangladesh Premier League with the Peshawar Zalmi as a member of the team with the number 7 jersey, and the Comilla Victorians signed him the following season. He was born on March 1st, 1990 in Swindon, England and also first started playing cricket when he was three years old. He has played cricket for his nation in a number of local and international matches.

When Liam was signed by Hampshire in 2007, his professional cricket career officially got underway. Despite not having the chance to compete in the competition, Liam Andrew Dawson’s international career as a cricket player began in 2016 when he was added to the team to represent them in the ICC World Twenty-Twenty Event.

He made his T20 international debut on July 5, 2016. Liam stunned everyone by getting three wickets in the match against Sri Lanka. Against Pakistan in September of the same year, Liam Andrew Dawson made his ODI debut. In the match, which took place on September 4th, Liam only managed to score a total of 10. He was selected for the squad for the November 2016 Test match series against India after turning up some impressive performances in prior games.

Liam Andrew Dawson began his Test Series career on December 16, 2016,

Liam scored 66 runs and took two wickets in the game against the Indian cricket team. He was reassigned to the English team at the start of 2017 in order to participate in a T20I match against India. Liam Andrew Dawson was inserted into the starting lineup for the Test match series against South Africa on July 6, 2017. He had the chance to showcase his bowling prowess as the second spinner for the English squad in the series. On July 14, 2017, Liam Andrew Dawson played his final Test against South Africa.

On May 21, 2019, he was chosen to be a member of the English team’s fifteen-player roster for the 2019 Cricket World Cup. He was never granted the chance to represent his country, though. He was also among a group of 55 players who would train ahead of the May 29, 2020, international matches.

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Records

  • During the unofficial England U19 squad visit to Malaysia, he scored 6 of 9 against Malaysia U19.
  • He recorded Hampshire’s youngest century in 2008 at the age of 18.
  • Against Pakistan, Dawson played in his first One-Day International for England. He scored ten runs in ten overs, finishing with stats of 2-70.
  • Dawson was a member of England’s World Cup-winning team at the 2019 Cricket World Cup.

Net worth & Source of Income

He is well-known among the English team’s cricketers. Liam started playing cricket professionally in 2007, and the majority of his income comes from the several international cricket games he participates in. He has played cricket for a number of domestic teams, including the Mountaineers, Peshawar Zalmi, Prime Bank Cricket Club, Rangpur Riders, England Lions, Hampshire, England’s under-19 team, and England.

Liam Dawson enjoying Jeep Safari with his friends(Source: Instagram)

Between $1 million and $5 million is the estimated value of Liam’s net worth from all domestic and international cricket matches, including ODI series, Test matches, and T20I competitions.

Relationship Status

Liam Dawson with his wife(Source: Instagram)

On October 29, 2017, he wed Sophie Dawson, and the two are now joyful parents of Ralphie Dawson, a baby boy born in July 2018.

Achievement

Liam Dawson holding a Trophy with his Teammates(Source: Instagram)
  • Dawson was a member of England’s World Cup-winning team at the 2019 Cricket World Cup.
  • He has participated in a number of local and international cricket matches for England.
  • At Trent Bridge, he played against Nottinghamshire and recorded his first century.
  • He competed for the Hampshire team that won the 2009 Provident Trophy.
  • Dawson took 20 wickets in 12 Hampshire matches during the 2016 season.
  • He reached the milestone of 1,000 runs in a first-class match for the first time in his cricket career.
  • He was one of the fifteen players chosen to represent England in the 2019 Cricket World Cup.

Some Interesting facts

  • He first started playing cricket when he was three years old.
  • Dawson joined the Goatacre club, his first club, when he was seven years old.
  • He is now playing cricket for the county after being selected to represent Hampshire in 2007.
  • His nickname, “Lemmy,” is how his friends refer to him.
  • He was a member of England’s 15-man team for the 2019 Cricket World Cup, although he did not participate in any games.