Michael Leask Net Worth 2023 (Updated) Wife, Salary & Endorsement Income

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Scottish cricketer Michael Leask has earned $5.8 million in his cricketing career so far. This includes all prize money earnings, salary, endorsements and contract income. He is currently playing for Scotland as an all rounder player after he left the England team at the end of 2018.

Michael Leask Net Worth Estimated

Net Worth $8 Million
Annual Salary $2 Million
Source of Income Cricket/Endorsements
Cars $150K
House $250K

Michael Leask Net Worth

Scottish cricketer Michael Leask has made his way to the top of Scotland’s batting order. He is one of only four players who have scored over 1,000 runs in their first-class career so far. The left-handed batsman was born on 16th June 1995 in Dundee, Scotland.

His parents are also cricket enthusiasts as they were both part of a team that traveled around playing against various villages for fun. After being spotted by the North East Cricket Academy at the age of 11 years old, he then joined Durham County Cricket Club where he spent six years honing his skills before joining Middlesex Championship side last year.

The Scotland cricketer Michael Leask has been one of the most important players for his country in recent years. He was a key member of their successful team at the World Cup and is now currently captaining Scotland’s T20 side.

In this article we go through all of Leask’s major achievements and look into how he might be rewarded with contracts, endorsements and more as he continues to play on the international circuit. We also take a look at his personal life and family details which you may not know about if you’re new to cricket.

Michael Leask Biography

Michael Leask is a Scottish cricketer who plays for Scotland. He was born on October 5, 1991 in Aberdeen. His cricketing career started with the Aberdeenshire Cricket Club before joining the Grange Cricket Club in Edinburgh.

At this club he played as an opening batsman and scored over 3,000 runs including three centuries at an average of just under 50. In 2017 he signed to play for Middlesex County Cricket Club after being recommended by James Foster, who had previously coached him at Grange CC.

The contract also includes a coaching role with MCC Academy which will allow Leask to work alongside Trevor Bayliss.

Although he was born in Zimbabwe, he made himself eligible to play for Scotland by taking residency there before 2010 World Cup Qualifiers against Ireland which were played at Hamilton Crescent Cricket Ground on 21 May 2010 (the game ended up being abandoned due to rain).