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Tim Murtagh was born on 2 August, 1981 in Irish, is an Irish cricketer. At 39 years old, Tim Murtagh height is 6 ft 2 in (188.0 cm).

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Age 39 years old
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Born 2 August 1981
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He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Tim Murtagh worth at the age of 39 years old? Tim Murtagh’s income source is mostly from being a successful Cricketer. He is from Irish. We have estimated Tim Murtagh's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

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Timeline

2019

In January 2019, he was named in Ireland's squad for their one-off Test against Afghanistan in India. During the match, he became the first no.11 batsman to record scores of more than 25 runs in each innings of a test match, with scores of 54 not out and 27.

In July 2019, Murtagh was named in Ireland's Test squad for their one-off match against England at Lord's. On the opening morning of the match, Murtagh took his first five-wicket haul in Test cricket. It was also the first five-wicket haul by a bowler for Ireland in Tests.

2018

In May 2018, he was named in a fourteen-man squad for Ireland's first ever Test match, which was played against Pakistan later the same month. He made his Test debut for Ireland, against Pakistan, on 11 May 2018. Ireland won the toss and elected to field, with Murtagh becoming the first bowler for Ireland to bowl a ball in Test cricket.

2015

Murtagh was selected in the Cricket Ireland squad for the 2015 Cricket World Cup but broke a foot on 7 January, and had to withdraw on medical advice. He was replaced in the squad by Max Sorensen.

In May 2015, Tim Murtagh and fellow cricketer Ed Joyce announced their retirement from T20 cricket. In July 2019, in the second ODI against Zimbabwe, Murtagh took his first five-wicket haul in ODIs.

2012

Ireland's first engagement after Murtagh qualified was the 2012 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier held in the UAE in March. Murtagh was named as a reserve in case any of the 14 players in the squad were injured. He made his debut against Australia in an abundant match in Civil Service Cricket Club, Belfast, in June 2012. He was also part of the Irish squad to play against Afghanistan where he played his second ODI in Dublin in July 2012. He made his t20I debut against Bangladesh. He scored 3 runs but did not pick up a wicket in three overs.

2011

Surprisingly, he was overlooked for the England development squad, but had his chance to shine in Middlesex's trip to Antigua for the Stanford 20/20 for 20. Together with Steven Finn he led Middlesex's attack in 2011 helping them win promotion with 80 wickets at 20.98.

A conversation with Sussex and Ireland batsman Ed Joyce in 2011 led Murtagh to seriously consider qualifying for Ireland as his grandfather was born in Dublin. He applied for Irish citizenship in October that year, which was granted in January 2012.

2008

Consistent in all forms of cricket and with a liking for the big occasion, he took 104 wickets in all three formats in 2008.

2006

Murtagh played in just two of Surrey's County Championship matches in the 2006 season. As a result, he searched for opportunities with other clubs.

He signed a two-year contract with Middlesex in December 2006. Since moving to Middlesex, Murtagh's bowling average has significantly dropped. In first-class matches for Middlesex his wickets cost nearly twelve runs fewer than for Surrey and similarly his bowling average in List “A” matches for Middlesex is nine runs less than it was for Surrey.

2005

He played for Surrey as a backup bowler. After injuries to many of the Surrey bowlers in 2005, he has found himself having to lead the attack on several occasions. Murtagh took figures of 6/24 against Middlesex in the 2005 Twenty20 Cup which at the time that was his best bowling figures in the short form games.

2000

He played for the Surrey county team from 2000 to 2006, then moved to Middlesex, where he has played since. He first played for Ireland in 2012. In May 2018, he was one of the eleven cricketers to play in Ireland's first Test match, against Pakistan. In November 2018, he was named the Men's International Player of the Year at the annual Cricket Ireland Awards. The following month, he was one of nineteen players to be awarded a central contract by Cricket Ireland for the 2019 season. In November 2019, Murtagh announced his retirement from international cricket.

He was part of the England Under-19 cricket team side for 2000 Under-19 World Cup held in Sri Lanka. Murtagh took 16 wickets at an average of 16.31 with the best bowling of 4/29 in three Youth Tests and 12 wickets at an average of 19.33 with the best bowling of 4/26 in 7 List A Internationals for the England Under-19 XI.

1981

Timothy James Murtagh (born 2 August 1981) is an Irish cricketer. Born in Lambeth, London, England and raised in England, Murtagh is a left-handed batsman and a right-arm fast-medium bowler. He represented England in the 2000 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup.