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Daryl Tuffey Net Worth

Daryl Tuffey Net Worth is
$1.3 Million

Daryl Tuffey Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Daryl Raymond Tuffey (born 11 June 1978 in Milton, Otago) is a New Zealand cricketer who has represented New Zealand at Test and ODI level, and plays domestic first class cricket for Northern Districts Knights. He is playfully known as Daryl "Huffy-Puffy" Tuffey by his Northern Districts team mates due to his heavy breathing when bowling. This is a play on words of huffing and puffing.He retired from all forms of cricket on 14 September 2012.Cricinfo journalist Lynn McConnell has described Tuffey as a bowler with "an amazing penchant for taking wickets in the first over he bowl[ed]". Tuffey made an uninspiring debut, conceding 127 runs for no wickets against Australia in 1999–00, but took his first Test wickets in his next match, ending with three for 38 in the final innings as opponents South Africa chased down 101 on the final day.Tuffey played his first full Test series at home against Pakistan in 2000–01. Tuffey got sixteen wickets in the series, including a Man of the Match-performance with seven wickets for 77 in the final Test, which New Zealand won by an innings and 185 runs to tie the series 1–1. He also played all five ODIs against Pakistan, ending with thirteen wickets in the ODI series to become New Zealand's leading wicket-taker in the series. The series against Pakistan included a career-best four for 24 at Napier, which won him another Man of the Match award.Tuffey played a number of ODIs over the Northern summer of 2001 before straining a hamstring during the 2001–02 tour of Australia. He didn't play again on tour of Australia, but returned for the ODIs against England in February, before taking match figures of nine for 116 on his return to Test cricket in March 2002. The figures were enough to secure Man of the Match honours once again, as New Zealand won the third Test against England by 78 runs and tied the series 1–1.Following this, Tuffey was a regular in the New Zealand Test team for two years, with his best performance in this time coming with eight for 53 against India in the 2002–03 home Test series. The pitches in this series were described as "hardly beyond reproach" and as "greentops", by Wisden Cricketer's Almanack writer Lawrence Booth, but Booth had some fine words for Tuffey regardless, describing him as "irrestisible". During this period, Tuffey also played regularly in the ODI team, only missing six matches – all at the 2003 World Cup after a spell of 5–0–36–0 against Sri Lanka in the opening match, which included a "thin edge" off Sanath Jayasuriya's bat which was not seen by the umpire.Tuffey missed his first Test in one and a half years when a bruised thigh forced him to withdraw from the third Test against South Africa in 2003–04, but he was back in the team that toured England in the 2004 season. Before that series, his last three Tests had yielded three wickets, and Tuffey did not improve in the next two; a total of three wickets at a bowling average of 82 saw him dropped from the Test side
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Date Of Birth1978-06-11

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Indian Cricket League2007TV SeriesHimself
EA Sports Cricket 20012000Video GameHimself / New Zealand Black Cap

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