Name: William McCallan
Date of birth: 27/08/1975
International Team: Ireland
Domestic Team: Ireland
Role: All Rounder
Bowling Style: Off break
Batting Style: Right-hand
- ODI debut v England at Belfast - June 2006
- McCallan is an off-spinning all-rounder who initially held the record the most capped player in Irish history (31 ODI games, including Commonwealth Games in 1998-99) plus 14 ICC Trophy games.
- Took the wickets of Ricardo Powell and Carlton Baugh in first match v West Indies in 2004. Didn't take a wicket in the second match which Ireland won.
- Finished third in the Northern Ireland Sports Personality of the Year 2005.
- Took a wicket with his first ball for Ireland v Wales at Rathmines in 1996.
International Career Overview
|Career Span:||2007-2009||Innings Bowled:||19|
|Highest Score:||26||Best bowling in Innings:||4/30|
ICC World T20 Group B
|United Arab Emirates||3||0|