May 18, 2021

Greg Matthews Net Worth

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His net worth has been growing significantly in 2019-2020. So, how much is Greg Matthews worth at the age of 61 years old? Greg Matthews’s income source is mostly from being a successful Cricketer. He is from Australian. We have estimated Greg Matthews’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

$1 Million – $5 Million




He took 3–41 for NSW in a day-night game against a touring New Zealand side.

Peter Taylor had not proved to be a long-term success and Matthews was the only Australian spinner in the side, apart from Allan Border. There was some talk Matthews would be made 12th man but Border favoured a spinner.

Some enterprising runs from Matthews in a game against Queensland helped NSW get in the Sheffield Shield final. Matthews played in the final, won by NSW—their first Sheffield Shield in 17 years.

Matthews was picked to play the First Test against New Zealand at the Woolloongabba. The selection choice came down to Matthews and Simon O’Donnell—Matthews was picked, with O’Donnell 12th man.

He only played one game in the Benson and Hedges One Day Challenge. With The Ashes out of reach the selectors dropped David Boon and Craig McDermott for the Fifth Test, and made Matthews 12th man. The test was won thanks to the debutant spinner Peter Taylor and Peter Sleep.

Matthews continued to play in the Sydney Grade Cricket competition for the University of Sydney team and had a bowling average of 11.04 for the 2008 season. On 24 January 2009, he bowled Australia opener Phil Jaques for 5 with his first ball when Sydney University was playing Sutherland. In 2009 he co-hosted SBS televisions coverage of The Ashes series alongside former Test players Stuart MacGill and Damien Martyn. In 2012 he began to coach part-time for The Sydney Grammar Cricket Club at all-age groups.

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