Malcolm Waller

Personal Information

Full Name : Malcolm Noel Waller
Born : September 28, 1984, Harare
Current Age : 33 years 24 days
Playing Role : Batsman
Batting Style : Right-hand bat

Major Teams
Zimbabwe,Centrals,Dhaka Dynamites,Mashonaland,Mid West Rhinos,Zimbabwe A

Batting and fielding averages
League 50 100 St Ct 6s 4s SR BF Ave HS Runs No Inns Mat
Bowling averages
League 10 5w 4w SR Econ Ave BBM BBI Wkts Runs Balls Inns Mat
Malcolm Noel Waller's Profile

The son of former Zimbabwe batsman Andy Waller, Malcolm is a middle-order batsman and offspinner who is trying to forge a cricketing career of his own. He first represented Zimbabwe at Under-15 level in 2000 before re-surfacing for Mashonaland in the Faithwear one-day competition in 2004. His appearances were sporadic until he finally established himself in 2007-08, though his performances - apart from in Twenty20 cricket - were fairly ordinary. But good club form with Harare Sports Club in the Vigne Cup helped win him selection for the Bangladesh tour in 2008-09. His most notable performance for Zimbabwe to date was an aggressive 63 in the thumping win over Kenya in 2008-09 - a series that Zimbabwe dominated from start to finish. He overshadowed that knock during New Zealand's tour of Zimbabwe in October-November 2011, when he slammed 99 not out off 74 balls to help Zimbabwe chase down a record 329 runs in a dramatic last-over finish. That performance earned him a call-up to the Test team for the one-off Test that followed. His cousin, Nathan Waller, has represented Zimbabwe Under-19. Liam Brickhill