Ryan Quinn2022-11-19T11:02:52+00:00

Ryan Quinn

Date of Birth 19-09-1999
Age 23
NationalityNew Zealander
Player Status Available
Playing Role Bowling All-Rounder (Seam)
Bowling Style RA Fast Medium
Batting Style RH Middle Order Bat
Entry Route British Passport (Born in the UK)
Major Teams Auckland A, Takapuna CC Premier Mens, North Shore CC Premier Mens
Coaching Qualifications NZC Level 1

** Available for the UK/EU 2023 season **

Ryan Quinn is an exciting and valuable talent for Auckland A and has been a dominant force in the Auckland Premier Men’s competition. Born in the UK, Quinn is looking to utilise his UK passport for the 2023 summer.

A right-arm seam bowling all-rounder, Quinn has played Auckland A alongside Auckland Aces players Martin Guptill, Sean Solia, and Adithya Ashok. Quinn has been a mainstay for a star-packed Takapuna line-up including Auckland Aces players such as Robbie O’Donnell, Will O’Donnell, Ross Ter Braak, Danru Ferns, and Dutch International Max O’Dowd.

Playing in this Aces-heavy National Championship-winning side, he earned himself Takapuna Premier Men’s best all-rounder and also top bowler for the 2020/21 season. Quinn took 42 wickets at an average of 21.52 beating his previous 2019/20 season of 38 wickets at an average of 18.92 in the Auckland Premier League. To add to his bowling prowess Quinn has multiple premier half-centuries with a high score of 83.

Quinn played for Auckland A and Takapuna men in the 2021/22 season taking 29 wickets but unfortunately, his season was cut short due to injury. The highlight of his season being 5 wickets against a strong Cornwall Cricket Club line-up rolling through their top 4 including the wicket of Blackcaps batsman George Worker.

Craig Cachopa the former Auckland Aces Captain, Sussex County Player, and Takapuna Premier coach says “Ryan is an exceptionally talented guy who is a great teammate and club man! His bowling is uncomfortable to face, and he’s got the pace and skill to change a game in a spell”.

The youngster has joined North Shore Cricket Club for a new opportunity this summer as he looks to push for higher honours. Quinn is a natural proven leader, having captained his high school first XI, Auckland under 17 national winning side, and vice-captain of Takapuna Premier men.

The UK passport holder seeks a club in close proximity to Guildford (Surrey) where his partner is currently living and working. He represents an outstanding option for any club in 2023.

Team (Season) Mts Inns NO Runs HS Ave Ovs Runs Wkts BB Avg
Finchampstead (2019) 14 14 2 116 40 9.67 100.2 423 11 3/40 38.45
Finchampstead (2018) 21 17 3 424 67 30.29 105.1 527 17 4/33 31.00
Date of Birth 19-09-1999
Age 23
NationalityNew Zealander
Player StatusAvailable
Playing RoleBowling All-Rounder (Seam)
Player Status Available
Bowling Style RA Fast Medium
Batting Style RH Middle Order Bat
Entry Route British Passport (Born in the UK)
Major Teams Auckland A, Takapuna CC Premier Mens, North Shore CC Premier Mens
Coaching Qualifications NZC Level 1

** Available for the UK/EU 2023 season **

Ryan Quinn is an exciting and valuable talent for Auckland A and has been a dominant force in the Auckland Premier Men’s competition. Born in the UK, Quinn is looking to utilise his UK passport for the 2023 summer.

A right-arm seam bowling all-rounder, Quinn has played Auckland A alongside Auckland Aces players Martin Guptill, Sean Solia, and Adithya Ashok. Quinn has been a mainstay for a star-packed Takapuna line-up including Auckland Aces players such as Robbie O’Donnell, Will O’Donnell, Ross Ter Braak, Danru Ferns, and Dutch International Max O’Dowd.

Playing in this Aces-heavy National Championship-winning side, he earned himself Takapuna Premier Men’s best all-rounder and also top bowler for the 2020/21 season. Quinn took 42 wickets at an average of 21.52 beating his previous 2019/20 season of 38 wickets at an average of 18.92 in the Auckland Premier League. To add to his bowling prowess Quinn has multiple premier half-centuries with a high score of 83.

Quinn played for Auckland A and Takapuna men in the 2021/22 season taking 29 wickets but unfortunately, his season was cut short due to injury. The highlight of his season being 5 wickets against a strong Cornwall Cricket Club line-up rolling through their top 4 including the wicket of Blackcaps batsman George Worker.

Craig Cachopa the former Auckland Aces Captain, Sussex County Player, and Takapuna Premier coach says “Ryan is an exceptionally talented guy who is a great teammate and club man! His bowling is uncomfortable to face, and he’s got the pace and skill to change a game in a spell”.

The youngster has joined North Shore Cricket Club for a new opportunity this summer as he looks to push for higher honours. Quinn is a natural proven leader, having captained his high school first XI, Auckland under 17 national winning side, and vice-captain of Takapuna Premier men.

The UK passport holder seeks a club in close proximity to Guildford (Surrey) where his partner is currently living and working. He represents an outstanding option for any club in 2023.

Team (Season) Mts Inns NO Runs HS Ave Ovs Runs Wkts BB Avg
Finchampstead (2019) 14 14 2 116 40 9.67 100.2 423 11 3/40 38.45
Finchampstead (2018) 21 17 3 424 67 30.29 105.1 527 17 4/33 31.00
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