Trent Alexander Boult commonly known as Trent Boult is a cricketer who belongs to Kiwi origins. Boult is mainly a left arm medium fast opening bowler who can also bat in the lower orders.
In the 2015 Cricket World Cup he was the leading wicket taker. In 2018 he took a hat-trick in ODI and became the third player to take a hat-trick for New Zealand in the ODIs. In the 2019 Cricket World Cup Boult took another hat-trick and became the first kiwi bowler to take a hat-trick in a world cup.
Boult started his first class cricket career back in 2008 with the team called Northern Districts. Northern Districts is a first class domestic cricket club based in New Zealand.
Trent Boult gained a lot of popularity over the years. He gained a huge amount of wealth as well by playing cricket. In 2021 it is estimated that Boult’s net worth is approximately USD 3 million.
Boult is a key player for the New Zealand cricket team. He helped them to win many crucial matches from time to time. Boult is bound to New Zealand’s cricket board with a contract according to which he gets USD 400K annually. He also gets match fees as per match. He gets USD 8,495 for each Test match, USD 3,682 for each ODI and USD 2,407 for each T20.
Boult started his first class domestic cricket career back in 2008 with the team called Northern Districts and has been playing for them ever since. He charges this team USD 180K for each season.
Boult is a very familiar face of the IPL. He started his IPL career back in 2015 with the team called Sunrisers Hyderabad and they paid him INR 38 million for two consecutive seasons. In 2017 he joined Kolkata Knight Riders and they paid him INR 50 million for that season. The next season he joined Delhi Daredevils and pocketed INR 22 million from them for that season. The next season he got the same amount of money from the same team. In 2020 he switched teams and joined Mumbai Indians and they started to pay him INR 32 million for each season. This contract is active till date.