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Craig Ervine was born on 19 August, 1985 in Harare, Zimbabwe, is a Zimbabwean cricketer. At 35 years old, Craig Ervine height is 6 ft 0 in (185.0 cm).

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Age 35 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 19 August 1985
Birthday 19 August
Birthplace Harare, Zimbabwe
Nationality Zimbabwe

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He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Craig Ervine worth at the age of 35 years old? Craig Ervine’s income source is mostly from being a successful Cricketer. He is from Zimbabwe. We have estimated Craig Ervine's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

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On 22 February 2020, he captained Test team in the one-off Test against Bangladesh, after Sean Williams, Zimbabwe's regular Test captain, took leave ahead of the match for the birth of his first child.


In December 2018, during the opening round of the 2018–19 Logan Cup, Ervine scored his tenth century in first-class cricket. He was the leading run-scorer in the 2018–19 Stanbic Bank 20 Series tournament, with 328 runs in six matches.


On Zimbabwe's 2017 tour of Sri Lanka in 2017 Ervine scored a match winning 69 runs to level the five-match series 2-2. Zimbabwe won the 5th ODI and won the first ever series against Sri Lanka as well.

Ervine's second Test century came against Sri Lanka on 14 July 2017 at the R Premadasa Stadium. In January 2020, during the first Test against Sri Lanka, Ervine scored his 1,000th run in Test cricket.


On 6 August 2016 Ervine scored his maiden Test century, playing against New Zealand at Harare.


On 2 August 2015, Ervine scored his first ODI century against New Zealand, an unbeaten 130 runs in a match which Zimbabwe won chasing more than 300 runs.


Ervine has played for Midlands in Zimbabwe. In February 2010, Ervine signed for the Zimbabwean domestic circuit with Southern Rocks. On debut against the Mid West Rhinos, Ervine made a top score of 100, his first first-class century. He has played for the Matabeleland Tuskers since the 2011/12 season.


Ervine's brother, Sean Ervine also played for Zimbabwe and, after leaving the country in 2004, forged a successful career in English county cricket with Hampshire. Another brother Ryan played domestic limited overs cricket in Zimbabwe in 2009/10


Craig Richard Ervine (born 19 August 1985) is a Zimbabwean international cricketer who plays all formats of the game. Ervine is a left-handed batsman. he was born at Harare and has played Test and limited overs cricket for the Zimbabwe national cricket team and first-class cricket for a variety of Zimbabwean sides in the Logan Cup.


Ervine's father Rory and uncle Neil both played first-class cricket for Rhodesia B in the 1977/78 Castle Bowl competition and another uncle, Gordon Den, played for Rhodesia and Eastern province in the 1960s. Den's father, Ervine's grandfather, Alexander Den is recorded as having made one appearance for Rhodesia against the touring Australian national side in 1936.