Who is Jason Roy and what is his net worth 2018? Since Jason was a young boy, he represented Surrey Cricket Team with the age group U-11 throughout the U-19 team and also the Academy level of Surrey. As a young kid, he had the knack of a talented player. In 2007, when he went to the Under-19 tournament representing Surrey in South Africa Jason top scored for his team Surrey with the innings of 51 in the one-day game against the Western Province.
Jason has been the kind of player who has a lot of potential for the match. There are many of his notable achievements when he was a young cricket player. In 2007 Jason was one of the players chosen for the Pemberton Greenish Surrey Academy. He contributed to the win of his team in the “Second XI Trophy” match which was against the Hampshire team by scoring 48 with the 33 balls in 15th June 2007. And that match was the one-day debut in the Surrey second team.
After that, Jason did not play for the Surrey second team in 2007. He represented the South for the Under-17 for the ECB Regional Festival in Loughborough in which he played in three of the matches. Jason Roy has been in the cricket since a long time ago. His experience is what makes him such an excellent player that he is today. For the seasons of 2008, Roy got settled in the Surrey second team. At present, he plays as the mid-order batsman for his team, and he uses the right-hand bat as his batting style.
Jason’s family migrated from South Africa when he was ten years old. Jason’s father Craig Roy is Account Director, mother Alina Mason and he has a younger sister named Kristan Roy. He was born to Craig and Alina on 21st July 1990 in South Africa. He is not yet married. He lives with his long-term girlfriend Elle Moore in Reigate in Surrey.
Jason Roy Net Worth
The major teams for which Jason played include England, England Lions, Surrey, Surrey second XI, Sydney Thunder, Sydney Sixers, Lahore Qalandars, and Chittagong. He has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
After the Roy family had moved to England from South Africa, Jason attended the Whitgift School. Jason was ten years old at the time. And during his school days, he represented Surrey for many of the Under-11 and later on Under-17 matches. Jason took the A-level exams on the Business and the Sports Science subject. He got the opportunity to get his college education from the St. Mary’s University College. But the young cricket lover chooses to pursue his dream of being a fantastic cricket player.
The death of his close friend hit him very hard, and it got very hard for him to concentrate on his game as well. Four years after Maynard’s death, Jason finally overcame the despair of his death, and he could focus on the match. Their coach, Chris Adams also said that both of them were very close and looked up to perform better together in the future. But their fate had a different destiny stored up for them.
The event of Maynard’s death caused a stop in the development of such a bright cricket player as Jason. However, he bounced back from the hardest time of his life, like a true sportsperson. He showed incredible sportsmanship, and we hope from more such great performances from him in the future.
Even after facing such a hard time, the cricketer Jason Roy did not stop himself from going after his passion.