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Tom Smith was born on 26 December, 1985 in Liverpool, United Kingdom. At 35 years old, Tom Smith height is 6 ft 3 in (191.0 cm).
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|Tom Smith Age||37 years old|
|Born||26 December 1985|
|Birthplace||Liverpool, United Kingdom|
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Tom Smith Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Tom Smith worth at the age of 37 years old? Tom Smith’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from United Kingdom. We have estimated Tom Smith's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2022||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2021||Pending|
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In January 2017, Smith announced his retirement from professional cricket after a series of injury problems.
In 6 first-class matches for Leicestershire, Smith scored 228 at an average of 32.57 – including one half-century – and took 13 wickets at an average of 38.23; in the 3 one-day matches he played for Leicestershire, Smith scored 62 runs at 31.00 – including a half-century – and took 4 wickets at 33.00. While playing for Leicestershire, Smith scored his maiden first-class and one-day half-centuries. Batting at number 8 against Warwickshire at the start of August 2008, Smith scored 63, beating his previous highest score of 49. On 3 August, Smith scored 52 against Yorkshire while batting at number 6, beating his previous best one-day score of 30.
In May 2012, Smith tore a hamstring, side-lining him for at least a month.
Lancashire failed to progress beyond the group stages of the 2011 CB40 but in their final match of the competition Smith scored his maiden one-day century (117). In same match he took 4/48 to help his side to a two-run over Nottinghamshire, and in the process became the first Lancashire player to score a century and take four wickets in a one-day match. In the final match of the season, Lancashire won the County Championship for the first time since 1950. With the English cricket season concluded, in November Smith travelled to Zimbabwe to play for the Matabeleland Tuskers in the country's domestic twenty20 competition, the Stanbic Bank 20 Series. In seven matches for the Tuskers he scored 145 runs with a single half-century, and took three wickets while conceding 203 runs.
At the start of the 2010 season, Smith managed just 24 runs from his first six innings opening for Lancashire. Consequentially, he was moved to the middle order, where he rediscovered his form. In his second match after moving down the order, Smith scored his maiden century in the County Championship. After his success, he stated that he would like to regain the opening position. Despite struggling for runs in first-class cricket at the start of the season, Smith was Lancashire's leading run-scorer in T20 cricket in 2010 with 543 runs from 17 matches, nearly 150 runs more than his nearest competitor, Steven Croft. While Lancashire was knocked out in the quarter-finals of the competition, Smith scored three half-centuries including a personal best of 92 not out against Worcestershire; he finished as the competition's fourth-highest run-scorer for 2010. Smith also claimed 13 wickets in the T20 competition. In June 2010, Smith reached the landmark of 100 first-class wickets when he dismissed Jonny Bairstow in a drawn Roses match. At the start of August, Smith was awarded his county cap by Lancashire.
In Lancashire's opening first-class match of the 2009 season, Smith scored his maiden century. In a match against Durham University, he opened the batting in the second innings and scored 104 runs from 166 balls, beating his previous highest first-class score of 63. Following this successful innings, Smith was again promoted to open the innings with Kyle Hogg in a one-day match against Glamorgan. With Mal Loye absent with a calf injury, Smith scored 66 runs from 90 balls – beating his previous best listA score of 52 – as Lancashire won by 80 runs. Originally a stop-gap opener, when Loye recovered from injury in early June, Smith's success at the top of the order initially kept him out of the team, and even when Loye secured a place in the side again Smith remained as opener.
Late in April 2008, Smith suffered a thigh injury which prevented him from playing for seven weeks. In late June 2008, Smith signed a contract with Leicestershire – who were in the second division of the County Championship – to play on loan from Lancashire for a month. Lancashire had a full strength bowling attack – including Andrew Flintoff and James Anderson who had returned from England duty – and Smith was unable to break into the side. Smith explained that "I am Lancashire born and bred and I want to play for Lancashire for all of my career. I'm just going to get some cricket and make sure I am ticking over well". He was immediately drafted into the Leicestershire side.
Smith received the NBC Denis Compton Award for the most promising Lancashire player in 2005 and 2006. His Lancashire debut came late in 2005, but he made his big breakthrough in 2006. Smith previously attended Parklands High School in Chorley and Runshaw College in Leyland and played for cricket clubs in Withnell Fold and Chorley Cricket Club.
Thomas Christopher Smith (born 26 December 1985) is a former English cricketer who played for Lancashire County Cricket Club. He had also been a member of the England Academy team. In 2008, he played for Leicestershire on loan because he was unable to break into Lancashire's first team. He is an all-rounder, bowling right-arm medium and batting left-handed. At the start of the 2009 season, Smith was promoted to open the batting, having previously batted in the lower order, and secured his place there. In 2011, the year Lancashire won the County Championship for the first time since 1950, Smith became the first Lancashire player to score a century and take four wickets in the same one-day match. In 2011/12 Smith played for the Matabeleland Tuskers in Zimbabwe as an overseas player in the domestic twenty20 competition.