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Devon Conway

Patience, invention, aggression, Devon Conway can rightly claim to be one of the modern game’s most dangerous and versatile batters. Working his way up from club through to first-class and then international cricket, Devon is a living embodiment of the maxim, never give up. 

South African-born, but now playing for New Zealand, Devon made his mark late but it is on the international stage that he has made the biggest headlines. 

On 26 March 2021, Devon scored his ODI first century v Bangladesh. Three months later he became only the seventh Black Cap to score a double century on his Test debut. Conway's 200 was the highest by a men's Test debutant in England and, at 29 years and 329 days, he became the oldest batsman to score a double century on his Test bow. 

At club level, Conway’s 327* for Wellington against Canterbury in late 2019 was only the ninth triple century in NZ first-class cricket. He would score 393 in the match, the most runs  in a single first-class NZ match, and in April 2020, named as the men's Domestic Player of the year by New Zealand Cricket. 

Follow Devon on Instagram @devonconway88