Glenn Maxwell Wikipedia
| Glenn James Maxwell|
(1988-10-14) 14 October 1988 (age 26)
Kew, Melbourne, Australia
| Million Dollar Baby, The Big Show , Maxi, Manwell|
182 cm (5 ft 11½ in)
Right-arm off break
January 2, 2010
Australia national cricket team, Victoria cricket team (#32), Melbourne Stars, Kings XI Punjab (All-rounder)
Glenn James Maxwell (born 14 October 1988) is an Australian cricketer, who plays for Victoria in Sheffield Shield, limited overs and Twenty20 matches. He also plays for the Fitzroy Doncaster club in Melbourne. He is an all-rounder, bowling right-arm off spin and batting with an average of over 30 for Victoria in interstate one day cricket. In 2011, he set the record for the fastest ever half-century in Australian interstate one day cricket, reaching 50 runs off 19 balls. He has also played for Australia in the Hong Kong International Cricket Sixes. He represented Etihad Stadium-based Melbourne Renegades in the inaugural Big Bash League (2011–12 season). In May 2012, Hampshire announced to sign him for their campaign in Friends Life T20 2012 season. In February 2013, Indian Premier League team Mumbai Indians bought him for 1 million US dollars and he played well for his great hitting in the matches he played and in March he made his Test debut against India in the second Test at Hyderabad. In 2015 Maxwell along with Aaron Finch signed with Yorkshire for the 2015 county season.
Glenn Maxwell has played in all four big bash seasons and has made 419 runs altogether and his highest score is 82 in BBL|03.
On the 18th of December Glenn Maxwell was fined 25% of his match fee for using his bat to hit the Adelaide Oval fence (in frustration after going out from a bad decision from the umpire) in a Big Bash game vs Adelaide Strikers.
Maxwell was born in Kew, Victoria, which is a suburb of Melbourne, and played his junior cricket for South Belgrave CC.
Maxwell made his debut for Australia against Afghanistan in a One Day International in the United Arab Emirates in 2012. In his 2nd ODI, against Pakistan, he hit an unbeaten 56 and a six to seal a victory for Australia. He was then selected in Australias squad for the 2012 ICC World Twenty20. Maxwell was then selected in a 13-man squad for the 2013 Sydney Test match against Sri Lanka as a replacement for Shane Watson who injured his calf. On 10 January 2013, on his ODI debut against Sri Lanka, he was involved in two run outs off consecutive balls. He had a wicketless series against Sri Lanka, and also failed to reach double figures in the 3 innings with the bat.
In 2015 Maxwell was chosen in the 15 man squad for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.