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Jono Dean was born on 23 June, 1984 in Australian, is an Australian cricketer.
|Age||36 years old|
|Born||23 June 1984|
Jono Dean Height, Weight & Measurements
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Dating & Relationship status
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Jono Dean Net Worth
His net worth has been growing significantly in 2019-2020. So, how much is Jono Dean worth at the age of 36 years old? Jono Dean’s income source is mostly from being a successful Cricketer. He is from Australian. We have estimated Jono Dean’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Cricketer|
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Dean started to become an important part of the Strikers’ squad in BBL|04. In the fifth match of his career he scored his maiden half-century, playing against the Hobart Hurricanes on New Year’s Eve, 2014. Dean was originally not in the Strikers’ team to play, but was brought in as a late replacement when Brad Hodge was hit by a cricket ball while warming up for the game. After breaking his bat early in the innings trying to hit a cover drive off of Timm van der Gugten’s bowling, Dean accelerated to lead the Strikers to an easy victory, scoring 54 runs from 35 deliveries. He hit four of his last six deliveries for six, bringing up both his half-century and the win with the final six. Despite Dean’s improving form, he did not play in the first six matches of BBL|05, but he did make an important 48 runs against the Melbourne Renegades in a must-win game, and was rewarded with another two-year contract.
Dean was selected in the Prime Minister’s XI game against the West Indies first at Manuka Oval in January 2013. Opening, he scored 51 runs off 38 balls. Four days later he scored 300 not out in a match for Queanbeyan, hitting 17 sixes and 21 fours in his innings. This was the second-highest grade cricket score of all time in the Australian Capital Territory. After this he started to attract more attention from professional cricket teams.
Dean was signed by the Adelaide Strikers for BBL|03. He made his Twenty20 debut for the Strikers on December 22, 2013 against the Hobart Hurricanes, but he did not bat or bowl during the match, which was ended after just six overs of play. Despite his minimal impact on debut, he made a big enough impression on the Strikers during the season that they were interested in giving him another contract. He entered an agreement with the South Australian Cricket Association (SACA) before the signing window opened, along with Brad Hodge and Kieron Pollard, for which SACA were fined $50,000. Despite this hiccup Dean still signed a two-year contract with the Strikers.
After leaving Bathurst, Dean played for the St George Cricket Club in Sydney before playing for Queanbeyan District Cricket Club in the ACT Cricket Competition and has been a prolific run scorer scoring over 5000 runs in grade cricket. On 2 February 2013 Dean scored an unbeaten 300 runs in a single day for Queanbeyan against Ginninderra in a Douglas Cup Match. The innings included 17 sixes and 21 fours and was the second highest individual innings in ACT first-grade cricket history. On 2 November 2013 Jono Dean scored 234 and his brother Blake Dean 69 in a total of 6-437 declared against Weston Creek Molonglo. In the 2014 off season, Jono made the move to Weston Creek Molongo Cricket Club where he enjoyed a successful season for the club as one of the highest run scorers (1180 runs across all formats) in the first grade competition. Jono has been named captain for the 2015-16 season for Weston Creek. In October 2015, Jono became the first ACT cricket player to reach 1000 career runs in Cricket ACT’s Twenty20 competition. Since moved to Weston Creek Molonglo he has scored over a thousand runs at the club.
Dean became captain of the Canberra Comets, with whom he began his professional cricketing career. In the 2011–12 and 2012–13 seasons he was in squads with the Perth Scorchers and Melbourne Renegades respectively, both teams that play in the Australian national Twenty20 competition the Big Bash League, but he did not play for either side.
Jonathon Dean (born 23 June 1984 in Bathurst, New South Wales) is an Australian cricketer. He is a right-handed batsman.