Patrick James "Pat" Cummins was born on May 8, 1993 in Westmead, Sydney, Australia. His father is James Cummins. He was raised by religion parents at Mount Riverview in the Blue Mountains. He has siblings, two brothers and two sisters. He studied at the St Paul's Grammar School. After high school he enrolled to the University of Technology, Sydney, where he got a Bachelor degree in Business. In addition, Pat is an Elite Athlete Program scholar. He was interested in cricket since he was a kid, Brett Lee was his idol and later he actually played with him in the domestic cricket.
He is a fast bowler who is known for his amazing bowling action. Patrick’s regularly bowls faster than 145 km per hour. He began his cricketer career in the 2011 at the age of 18 on November 17 against South Africa team. At the same year he made his debut in One Day International by playing against South Africa team. Previously Pat played junior cricket at Glenbrook Blaxland Cricket Club. Afterwards he joined to the first-grade cricket for Penrith in the 2010.
In the 2011 during the preliminary final of the KFC Twenty20 Big Bash against Tasmania he showed good results and later was named man of the match. In the same year he joined the Sydney Sixers team. The next year he signed a deal with the Perth Scorchers team but later missed the season because of hard injury. In the beginning of the 2014 he finally started to play again with his debut for new team Scorchers. Later Pat was bought by another team the Kolkata Knight Riders from the Indian Premier League for the next part of 2014 season.
He became a player of the National Australian team by signing the deal in the middle of 2011. He made his appearance on two games in line of Twenty20 International. In the international tour he was chosen for Test squad to play with South Africa team. It was only the fourth career first-class match of pat. Later he was named as the second youngest test cricketer since 50s in Australia. During his first big steps he scored 13 runs in the second innings and showed perfect results.
Later he also was awarded by Man of the Match award. The next year after his international debut he was selected as player for Australia's provisional team and the ICC Under-19 World Cup. Later he got an injury, a stress fracture in back and was behind the scene for a half year. He made his coming back appearance in the 2013. He is very active in social networks like twitter and Facebook and has thousands of followers around the world. He has maintained to keep his profile very low so there is no any more information found related to his personal life. He is not married yet. There is no information about his net worth. Pat has nothing in common with Peter Cummins.
|Birth Date:||8 May, 1993|