Mark Wood Height, Weight, Family, Facts, Spouse, Education, Biography


Mark Wood Quick Info
height 6 ft
weight 87 kg
Date of birth 11 January 1990
Zodiac sign Capricorn
Husband or wife Sarah Lonsdale

mark wood is an English professional cricketer, who has represented his country as a frontline fast bowler in all 3 formats of the game (Test, ODI and T20I). He was an integral member of the English squad that won the 2019 . had won ICC Cricket World CupEngland has achieved this feat for the first time. In the English domestic circuit, he plays in Northumberland (2008–2010) and . have played for Durham County Cricket Club (2011-present) in all 3 formats. He has done exceptionally well in franchise based T20 leagues Chennai Super Kings (2018) and Lucknow Super Giants in (2022-present) IPL (Indian Premier League). he has also played for london spirit (2021-present) in hundredA professional franchise 100-ball cricket tournament that was first played in July and August 2021.

name at birth

Mark Andrew Wood

nick name

clown

Mark Wood as seen in an Instagram post in February 2022
Mark Wood as seen in an Instagram post in February 2022 (Mark Wood / Instagram)

Sun sign

Capricorn

birth place

Ashington, Northumberland, England, United Kingdom

Habitat

Ashington, Northumberland, England, United Kingdom

nationality

English

education

Mark attended Ashington High SchoolA secondary school and sixth form in his hometown of Ashington.

Business

professional cricketer

Mark Wood as seen in an Instagram post in June 2021
Mark Wood as seen in an Instagram post in June 2021 (Mark Wood / Instagram)

family

  • father — Derek Wood
  • other Neil Wood (Uncle) (Former Cricketer)

manager

He is represented by James Welch, Manager and Booking Agent, Quantum Sport, Sports Talent Management Agency, Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom.

batting

right handed

bowling

right hand fast

role

bowler

Jersey number

  • 33 – Test matches, One Day International (ODI), T20 International (T20I), Durham County Cricket Club (English domestic cricket)
  • 11 – Chennai Super Kings (IPL)

Make

strong

height

6 feet or 183 cm

weight

87 kg or 192 lbs

girlfriend / spouse

Mark has dated –

  1. Sarah Lonsdale (2014-Present) – Mark started dating Sarah Lonsdale in 2014, they got engaged in December 2016 and married in December 2018. They have a son named Harry (b. October 2019).
Mark Wood and Sarah Lonsdale as seen in September 2020
Mark Wood and Sarah Lonsdale as seen in September 2020 (Mark Wood/Instagram)

Caste / Ethnicity

White

He is of British origin.

hair color

dark brown

eye color

light brown

sexual orientation

Straight

special features

  • toned physique
  • side-cropped hair
  • friendly smile
  • game a bumpy stub

brand advertising

Mark is sponsored by American sports footwear and apparel brand new Balance,

Mark Wood as seen in an Instagram post in January 2021
Mark Wood as seen in an Instagram post in January 2021 (Mark Wood / Instagram)

Mark Wood Facts

  1. 2019. In ICC Cricket World Cup, Mark was England’s best bowler in their 4th group stage match against the West Indies (3/18 in 6.4 overs), their 6th group stage match against Sri Lanka (3/40 in 8 overs), and their 9th and final group It was a stage match. Against New Zealand (3/34 in 9 overs). With the win over New Zealand, England qualified for the semi-final stage of the tournament for the first time since 1992. it was also
    England defeated New Zealand in the tournament for the first time since 1983.
  2. In the final of the tournament, also against New Zealand, he was run out on the last ball of the match to level the score. This meant that the match had to be decided by a tie-breaking ‘Super Over’, which ended in a tie even under strange circumstances. England were then declared winners on the basis of the highly controversial ‘boundary countback’ rule.
  3. Mark was one of the stars of England’s title-winning campaign as he was the joint 5th highest wicket-taker in the tournament, with 18 scalps to his name.
  4. He suffered a side injury during that final match, which ruled him out of the first three Test matches of 2019. Ashes The series which started within a month of that match.

Featured image by Mark Wood / Instagram

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