Jono Tuffin2022-08-05T17:05:58+01:00

Jono Tuffin

Date of Birth 04/06/2000
Age 22
NationalityNew Zealander
Player Status Placed
Playing Role Bowler (Seam)
Bowling Style RA Fast Medium
Batting Style RH Lower Order Bat
Entry Route New Zealand Passport
Major Teams New Zealand U18 Emerging Players, Wellington A, Wellington U19s, Taita District CC Premier Men's

Jono Tuffin is a fine prospect who progressed through the Wellington ranks in New Zealand.

A sharp opening bowler, and hard-hitting lower to middle-order batter, Tuffin has enjoyed plenty of success to date.

He played Premier Men’s cricket (Pearce Cup) for Taita District, alongside several Wellington Firebirds stars, including future Blackcaps opening batter Rachin Ravindra.

He represented Wellington in two National Under-19 Championships (December 2017, 2018) and made his debut for Wellington A back in 2017. During the same season, he was involved with the New Zealand Under-18 Emerging Players. Tuffin continues to be around the Wellington A squad and aspires to break into professional cricket in the future.

Tuffin, who has spent the past few years at the University of Auckland studying for a Bachelor’s Degree in Sport, Health, and Physical Education, is now set to play in Australia for Surrey Hills this season.


There are no overseas stats available for this player.

Date of Birth 04/06/2000
Age 22
NationalityNew Zealander
Playing RoleBowler (Seam)
Player Status
Bowling Style RA Fast Medium
Batting Style RH Lower Order Bat
Major Teams New Zealand U18 Emerging Players, Wellington A, Wellington U19s, Taita District CC Premier Men's

Jono Tuffin is a fine prospect who progressed through the Wellington ranks in New Zealand.

A sharp opening bowler, and hard-hitting lower to middle-order batter, Tuffin has enjoyed plenty of success to date.

He played Premier Men’s cricket (Pearce Cup) for Taita District, alongside several Wellington Firebirds stars, including future Blackcaps opening batter Rachin Ravindra.

He represented Wellington in two National Under-19 Championships (December 2017, 2018) and made his debut for Wellington A back in 2017. During the same season, he was involved with the New Zealand Under-18 Emerging Players. Tuffin continues to be around the Wellington A squad and aspires to break into professional cricket in the future.

Tuffin, who has spent the past few years at the University of Auckland studying for a Bachelor’s Degree in Sport, Health, and Physical Education, is now set to play in Australia for Surrey Hills this season.


There are no overseas stats available for this player.

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