Biography

Josh Inglis- Wiki, Age, Height, Girlfriend, Net Worth, Ethnicity, Career

Australian cricketer Joshua Patrick Inglis plays the game. Inglis was born in Leeds, England, and his family relocated to Australia when he was 14 years old. In February 2022, he made his international cricket debut for Australia.

Quick Facts

Full Name Joshua Pattrick Inglis
Nickname Josh Inglis
Date of Birth 4 March 1995
Josh Inglis age 27 years
Birth Place Leeds, United Kingdom
Height 5 feet 10 inches
weight 80 kg
Girlfriend Megan Kincart
Gender Male
Marital  status in a relationship
Net Worth  $5 million

Josh Inglis Biography

It is Joshua Patrick Inglis who goes by the moniker Josh Inglis. As Leeds, England, came into view, he opened his eyes. Having a heritage of mixed ancestries, he is a British citizen. It was 1995 when he was born. Every year on March 4, Josh enjoys a party with his loved ones to commemorate his birthday.

Josh is a long-time international athlete who is originally from Yorkshire. As of now, he has not disclosed his mother’s and father’s names or the details of each person’s history. When he was a young child, his parents and he relocated to Perth.

Josh Inglis Height, Weight, Body measurement

Josh Inglis is 80 kilograms (or 5 feet 10 inches) tall ). We included the most recent weight, albeit it may have changed. His eyes are black, and he has brown hair.

Career

  • Inglis made his first-class debut for Cricket Australia XI against the West Indies in December 2015 after some standout club cricket performances for Western Australia U17s, U19s, and U23s.
  • He batted in the middle of the order in his first innings and scored an astounding 44 runs. A year later, in 2016, Inglis made his List-A debut for the National Performance Squad against South Africa A.
  • His debut was forgettable since he was out after one run. When Pakistan visited Australia in 2017, Inglis also took the field for the CA XI against Pakistan.
  • He gained notoriety in October 2020 by scoring his first-ever first-class hundred of 153 not out against South Australia in the Sheffield Shield’s first round of the 2020–21 season.
  • Inglis also participated in the T20 Blast for Leicestershire in March 2021. He performed well in the competition. Inglis established himself by scoring two hundred—103 not out and 118 not out.
  • In terms of his stats as of 2021, Jos Inglis has 2252 runs scored at an average of 33.61 in 46 FC games.
  • His List-A statistics are very comparable; he scored 1672 runs from 68 T20 games at an average of 30.40, including two tons, and 711 runs in 23 matches at an average of 32.31.
  • Jos Inglis gained his first national call-up when he was picked in the Australian team for the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 after his strong performance in the T20 Blast and BBL.
  • In the sixth season of the Big Bash League, Mitch Marsh was originally replaced by the Wicket-Keeper batsman.
  • He has established a reputation for himself in the competition and is now the team’s first-choice wicketkeeper.
  • His finest performance came during the 2020–21 season when he scored 405 runs at a remarkable average of 28.93 and often gave his side a strong start.
  • Inglis has played in 46 Big Bash matches and scored 968 runs, with a strike rate of 141.11, and his best score was 73.

Josh Inglis’s Net Worth

Joshua Patrick Inglis got his estimated $5 million net worth through his career as an athlete as of December 2022. Often referred to as the Australian athlete. He is regarded as one of the greatest athletes in history. Being a successful Australian Athlete is the main source of income for Joshua Patrick Inglis.

Brand Endorsement

Kookaburra Sports, an Australian firm that specializes in Australian rules football, cricket, and field hockey equipment, has sponsored him via its cricket section, Kookaburra Cricket.

Josh Inglis Girlfriend, Dating

Megan Kincart and Josh Inglis have been dating for a while, and they often share photos together on Instagram. Nevertheless, they are not yet wed.

Interesting Facts

  • Josh was born and raised in Leeds, England, and when he was about 14 years old, his family relocated to Australia.
  • His first-class century didn’t come until October 2020, in the opening round of the Sheffield Shield (Australia’s premier domestic first-class cricket competition)—a score of 153 runs not out against South Australia—despite the fact that he started playing for Western Australia in the domestic scene in the 2016–17 season.
  • For him, the year served as somewhat of a first-class cricket breakthrough. He finished the season with 585 runs, including his first three first-class hundreds.
  • This was followed by other BBL seasons in which he scored at least 400 runs (405 runs in 14 innings in the 2019-20 season; 413 runs in 16 innings in the 2020-21 season). But more than all those runs, what really won over the national selectors was the flexibility he displayed when batting in various positions.
  • He was an unexpected addition to Australia’s team for the 2021 ICC (International Cricket Council) World T20 in August 2021. He has never before been called up to the senior national squad. Josh, however, was unable to make the team’s starting lineup in any of Australia’s tournament games; instead, veteran wicketkeeper Matthew Wade kept his position.