Joel Davies2022-03-23T13:39:02+00:00

Joel Davies

Date of Birth 28/09/2003
Age 18
NationalityAustralian
Player Status Unavailable
Playing Role Batting All-Rounder (Spin)
Bowling Style SLA Orthodox Spin
Batting Style LH Top Order Bat
Entry Route UK Ancestry Visa
Major Teams NSW Under 17, NSW Under 19, Manly Warringah CC

Joel Davies is one of the hottest young prospects coming through the NSW ranks in Australia. An absolute star in the making, Davies has churned runs aplenty at every level he’s played to date.

Davies, who is the younger brother of Sydney Sixes sensation Ollie, has been a stand-out for Manly-Warringah in the Sydney Grade Competition since joining the club in 2017/18.

Since his Green Shield (U16s) and 5th Grade debut that season, Davies has racked up 3,573 runs at 39.26 with 7 centuries. A genuine all-rounder, he has also taken 106 wickets at 20.22 with his left-arm orthodox spin.

Following his maiden 2017/18 season, he starred the following summer for Manly, working his way through the grades to end up making his 2nd Grade debut. He would also break the record for the most AW Green Shield runs in a season, scoring 501 runs at 62.63.

In 2019/20, he would go on to score a further 384 runs at 76.80 alongside 12 wickets at 18.92 in the Green Shield, and average 40 in the 3rd Grade. Roll on 2020/21 and, unsurprisingly he enjoyed further success playing a full season in 2nd Grade to top the run charts with 702 runs at 50.80 and 23 wickets at 20.61 for good measure.

This summer, he not only made his 1st Grade debut in a side that features the likes of Stephen O’Keefe (Aus/NSW/Sixes), Jay Lenton (NSW/Sixes), Ahillen Beadle (Sixes), and Tom Lammonby (Somerset), but he has gone on to cement his spot courtesy of 344 runs at 43, including scores of 70, 81*, and 91.

Davies has also enjoyed plenty of representative success, playing for NSW Under-17s, Under-19s, and Cricket Australia Under-15s.

He really is a star for the future who is now looking to spend a summer plying his trade in the UK for his development. Holder of an Ancestry Visa, he will be a sought-after acquisition given his immigration status, domestic success, and all-round skill set.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

Date of Birth 28/09/2003
Age 18
NationalityAustralian
Player StatusUnavailable
Playing RoleBatting All-Rounder (Spin)
Player Status Unavailable
Bowling Style SLA Orthodox Spin
Batting Style LH Top Order Bat
Entry Route UK Ancestry Visa
Major Teams NSW Under 17, NSW Under 19, Manly Warringah CC

Joel Davies is one of the hottest young prospects coming through the NSW ranks in Australia. An absolute star in the making, Davies has churned runs aplenty at every level he’s played to date.

Davies, who is the younger brother of Sydney Sixes sensation Ollie, has been a stand-out for Manly-Warringah in the Sydney Grade Competition since joining the club in 2017/18.

Since his Green Shield (U16s) and 5th Grade debut that season, Davies has racked up 3,573 runs at 39.26 with 7 centuries. A genuine all-rounder, he has also taken 106 wickets at 20.22 with his left-arm orthodox spin.

Following his maiden 2017/18 season, he starred the following summer for Manly, working his way through the grades to end up making his 2nd Grade debut. He would also break the record for the most AW Green Shield runs in a season, scoring 501 runs at 62.63.

In 2019/20, he would go on to score a further 384 runs at 76.80 alongside 12 wickets at 18.92 in the Green Shield, and average 40 in the 3rd Grade. Roll on 2020/21 and, unsurprisingly he enjoyed further success playing a full season in 2nd Grade to top the run charts with 702 runs at 50.80 and 23 wickets at 20.61 for good measure.

This summer, he not only made his 1st Grade debut in a side that features the likes of Stephen O’Keefe (Aus/NSW/Sixes), Jay Lenton (NSW/Sixes), Ahillen Beadle (Sixes), and Tom Lammonby (Somerset), but he has gone on to cement his spot courtesy of 344 runs at 43, including scores of 70, 81*, and 91.

Davies has also enjoyed plenty of representative success, playing for NSW Under-17s, Under-19s, and Cricket Australia Under-15s.

He really is a star for the future who is now looking to spend a summer plying his trade in the UK for his development. Holder of an Ancestry Visa, he will be a sought-after acquisition given his immigration status, domestic success, and all-round skill set.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

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