Leo Carter Biography, Age, Height, Wife, Family, Cricket Stats & Facts

Leo Carter Biography – New sensation of Zealand who hit 6 sixes in an over!

Family Background of Leo Carter:

On December 10, 1994, Leo Carter was born in Wellington, New Zealand. His father, Bob Carter, is a former cricketer who has played for England. Presently, he’s the coach of the women’s cricket team of Newzealand.

Carter’s mother & father

His mother’s name is Julie Carter. His girlfriend’s name is Ye Yang.


He did his schooling at St Andrew’s College, Christchurch, and completed his graduation from Lincoln University.

Leo Carter Biography:

Leo Carter's Biography:
Personal Life:
Full NameLeo James Carter
NicknameNot Known
Date of BirthDecember 10, 1994
Age29 years 6 months (in June, 2024)
NationalityNew Zealander
Zodiac/Sun SignNot Known
Birth PlaceWellington, New Zealand
SchoolSt Andrew's College, Christchurch
CollegeLincoln University, Canterbury
Family & Relationships:

Bob Carter

Former Cricketer and Present Coach (New Zealand's women cricket)

Julie Carter

Not Known
Marital StatusUnmarried
Ye Yang
MentorBob Carter
Playing RoleBatsman
Batting StyleLeft-hand bat
Bowling StyleLeg-break
Major TeamsNorthamptonshire 2nd XI, Canterbury Under-19s, New Zealand Under-19s, Canterbury A, Canterbury.
Test Debut
ODI Debut-
T20 Debut-
First-Class DebutCanterbury vs Northern Districts at Christchurch (March 9, 2015)
List-A Debut Auckland vs Canterbury at Auckland (December 30, 2014)
T-20 DebutNorthern Districts vs Canterbury at Hamilton (November 6, 2015)

Cricket Career:

He represented New Zealand in the 2012 and the 2014 Under-19 cricket world cup. He played overall 13 matches in both the world cups and scored 206 runs with a strike rate of 69.36, and also has six wickets to his name.

On December 30, 2014, he started his List-A career for Canterbury by playing against Auckland. He could only score three runs before getting caught out by Bates.


Later, on March 09, 2015, Carter made his first-class debut opposite Northern Districts at Christchurch. He scored 81 runs, including ten fours in the first innings and 26 runs in the second.

In the same year, on November 06, Carter played his first T20 match against Northern Districts, in which he remained out at the score of 15 runs.

6 Sixes in an Over:

On January 05, 2019. It’s a T20 match between Canterbury and Northern Districts. Northern Districts won the toss and opted to bat first. With some fiery shots from Tim Seifert and Dean Brownlie, they managed to reach 219 runs.


When Canterbury lost its 3rd wicket in the second innings, Leo Carter joined the captain McConchie on the field. Carter played defensively until the 16th over. In the 16th over, Carter smashed six sixes above, bowled by Anton Devcich. He scored 70* runs, including seven sixes and three fours in 29 balls, which led his team to win the game.

Carter is only the 4th player after Yuvaraj Singh (India), Ross Whiteley (England), and Hazratullah Zazai (Afghanistan), who hits six sixes in a row in T20 cricket.


If other formats were included, he is the 7th player to achieve the feat. Herschelle Gibbs in ODI, Sir Garry Sobers, and Ravi Shastri have achieved the feat in first-class cricket.

Facts about Leo Carter:

  • Carter’s girlfriend’s name is YeYang, and they have been dating each other for a long time.
Leo Carter with his father
  • He’s been mentored by his father.
  • Leo Carter is the only New Zealand cricketer who hit six sixes in an over.

Frequently asked questions on Google:

Q1: Who is the wife of Leo Carter?

Carter with his girlfriend

Ans: He’s not married yet.

Q2: What is the age of Carter?

Ans: 29 years 6 months (in June, 2024)

Q3: How many players have hit six sixes in an over in a T20 match?

Ans: Yuvraj Singh, Ross Whiteley, Hazratullah Zazai, and Leo Carter.

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