Jason Jonathan Roy was born in Durban, South Africa, on July 21, 1990. Chonell Roy and Craig Roy had a child named Roy. His sister, whose name is Kristan Roy, has the same parents as he does.
He went to The Hawthorns School for a while before going to Whitgift School. When he was 10, he moved to England with his family from South Africa. At Whitgift School, he played with Rory Burns, an England opener who is the same age as him.
He also played for the Reigate Priory Cricket Club, which was close to his home in Surrey. He played age group cricket for Surrey when he was 11, 19, and in the Academy.
During the 2007 Surrey Under-19 tour of South Africa, he led Surrey in scoring with 51 runs in a one-day match against the Western Province Under-19s.
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He was a member of the group of athletes who went to Pemberton Greenish Surrey Academy in 2008. On June 15, 2007, he played his first one-day game for Surrey’s second team. He scored 48 runs off 33 balls in a match against Hampshire for the Second XI Trophy, which Surrey won by three runs.
Roy was chosen to represent the South at the Under-17 level at the ECB Regional Festival in Loughborough in July 2007. He played against the West, the Midlands, and the North in three games. Roy didn’t play for the Surrey second team in any other games in 2007.
During the 2008 season, Roy made a name for himself on the Surrey second team. Roy’s first game in the Second XI Championship was against Hampshire, whose team included South African bowler Nantie Hayward, and he scored 88 runs off of 89 balls. At 89-4, Surrey was having a hard time. Roy came to the crease.
How much is Jason Roy worth?
It is believed that Roy has a net worth of around $5 million.
How does Jason Roy make his money?
The majority of Roy’s fortune comes from his participation in tournaments, although he also has a few endorsement agreements under his belt.
Does Jason Roy have any properties?
As of the time this report was written, we are unsure as to whether or not Roy own any properties of his own.