|Full Name||Wayne Dillon Parnell|
|Profession / Role||Cricketer|
|Career Span||2009 - 2018|
|Date of Birth||30 Jul, 1989|
|Place of Birth||Port Elizabeth, South Africa|
Born on 30th July 1989 in South Africa, Wayne Dillon Parnell is an aggressive left-handed seamer who has played English county cricket for Worcestershire till the end of 2020, after which he was released due to the abolition of the Kolpak deal.
Wayne made his first-class debut in October 2006 for Eastern Province and, in the next few matches, impressed the fans as well as critics and regarded as “the most talked-about cricketer to hit the first-class scene for some time”. Internationally, he represented his country at the U19 Cricket World Cup of 2006 and 2008.
He made his senior international debut in a T20I match against Australia on 13th January 2009, ODI debut on 30th January 2009 and Test debut against England on 14th January 2010. He has played a lot of franchise Twenty20 cricket, majorly, for Delhi Daredevils and Pune Warriors in the IPL, for Islamabad United in the Pakistan Premier League and Barbados Tridents in the Caribbean Premier League. In September 2018, he brought the curtains down on his international career by signing a three-year Kolpak deal with Worcestershire.
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