Quinton De Kock

Quinton De Kock, quite simply, is one of the most exciting cricketers in the world right now. His combination of elegance and power make him one of the most destructive batters in world cricket, whilst his acrobatics behind the stumps often see him making highlights reels around the world.

De Kock made his International debut shortly after starring for his country in the u-19 World Cup, a tournament in which he finished as his side’s highest run-scorer. A year later he made his first ODI hundred against Pakistan before following it up with two more in succession to cement his place as one of the most talented young players in cricket. This feat meant that he shared the record for the most successive ODI centuries at just 21-years-old.

The South African wicket-keeper has continuously demonstrated his versatility to adapt to any and all conditions and situations, making him arguably the most sought-after keeper-batter in world cricket. His talent have also made him a true modern-day superstar who thrives in all formats of the game, regardless of where in the world he is playing and for whom.

South Africa

Quinton is currently using the following bat dimensions:

Swell depth = 67mm
Edge depth = 37mm

Weight between 2.9lb -2.11lb