About AL Phehlukwayo
Andile Lucky Phehlukwayo is 23 years old South African left-handed batsman and right-arm fast-medium bowler. He made his national debut playing ODI against Ireland on 25th September 2016. He is also playing for domestic teams like KwaZulu-Natal and Dolphins.
AL Phehlukwayo was born on 3rd March 1996 in Durban, Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa as Andile Lucky Phehlukwayo. He attended Glenwood High School on scholarship where he used to play field hockey, an entirely different sport but his cricket career started with the efforts of his guardian Rosemary Dismore. His cricketing ability with ball in hands surprised his classmates and he soon got a chance to play for Under-12 on the provincial side. He was also part of Under-19 team for the World Cup in 2014.
A seam-bowling all-rounder started his initial career in field hockey but on interest, basis went for cricket by being the part of Under-19 team in World Cup 2014 and getting a chance to play in just one match. He also played domestic club match for Dolphins in 2014
Champions League T20 getting an appearance in four matches that helped him build up his future at the franchise. He became the leading wicket keeper for season 2015-16 where he made it to 12 wickets at the rate of 21.75. This achievement brought him the place in South African XI for touring in England. Further, he played for South Africa A side touring Australia and Zimbabwe. This was also the year when he played his career-best 5 for 62 bowled South Africa A against Zimbabwe. At the age of 20, he got his national debut in ODI for home series against Ireland and Australia. His capability made him the top wicket-taker for South Africa in 5-nil ODI sweep against Australia. Later in the year, he suffered from a groin injury but he made a come back in series against Sri Lanka and New Zealand. He then played for Champions Trophy 2017 and got drafted in Test squad against England for 4 match series. In 2018, he went for 2018 Africa T20 Cup playing for KwaZulu-Natal and recently got selected for the 2019 Cricket World Cup in South Africa’s squad. He played his 50th ODI against Pakistan on 23rd June 2019.
He is currently single and no information about his relationship.
It is estimated to be around R1.3 million.