|Cameron Green Quick Info|
|Height||6 ft 6 in|
|Date of Birth||June 3, 1999|
Cameron Green is an Australian professional cricketer who has primarily represented his country in the test match format, as an all-rounder. As of February 2022, he had also played a solitary ODI match, in December 2020, against India. In the Australian domestic circuit, he has played for his home state of Western Australia (2016-17-Present) across all 3 formats. In the BBL (Big Bash League), he has turned out for Perth Scorchers (2018-19-Present).
Cameron Donald Green
Subiaco, Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Perth, Western Australia, Australia
- Father – Gary Green
- Mother – Bee Tracey
- Siblings – Bella Green (Younger Sister) (Basketball Player)
He is represented by DSEG Worldwide, Sports, Media, and Entertainment Management Agency, Hampton, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
- 42 – Test Match, One Day International (ODI)
- 31 – Western Australia (Australian Domestic Cricket), Perth Scorchers (BBL)
6 ft 6 in or 198 cm
95 kg or 209.5 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Cameron has dated –
- Emily Redwood (2019-Present)
Race / Ethnicity
- Toned physique
- Towering frame
- Side-parted, wavy hair
- Affable smile
- Clean-shaven look
Cameron has been sponsored by –
- Gray-Nicolls Australia/New Zealand
- Asics Australia
Cameron Green Facts
- A child prodigy, Cameron had started playing for the Subiaco-Floreat Cricket Club when he was just 10 years old, in the 2009-10 season in the under-13 league. He had made his WACA (Western Australian Cricket Association) first-grade debut aged just 16.
- While he was still a schoolboy, he had earned a rookie contract with Western Australia ahead of the 2016-17 season of the Sheffield Shield (the premier domestic first-class cricket competition in Australia) after he had averaged 82 runs per innings with the bat and scalped 20 wickets with the ball in 8 games in the under-19 national league.
- He had made his first-class debut in February 2017, for Western Australia, in the Sheffield Shield. He had made an immediate impression, with a spell of 5/24 in that match against Tasmania.
- His first 30 first-class wickets had come at a spectacular average of just 22.53 but stress fractures in his back had severely limited his bowling in the ensuing years. He did not play any first-class cricket in the 2017-18 season and had spent the 2018 winter at Cricket Australia‘s (the governing body for the sport in the country) National Performance Centre in Brisbane.
- He had made his maiden first-class century during the 2019-20 Sheffield Shield season. In that match, he had produced scores of 87 runs not out and 121 runs not out to help his team earn a highly unlikely draw against Queensland. He went on to score 2 more centuries that summer before recording a career-best score of 197 runs, against New South Wales.
- He had made his test match debut in December 2020, against India. Although he was on the selectors’ radar for a few months, his inclusion in the national test team’s playing XI was hastened after he had scored a hundred for Australia A in a warm-up match against the touring Indian team, just before the test series.
- In March 2021, he had scored his first double century (251 runs) in first-class cricket, in a game against Queensland during the 2020–21 Sheffield Shield season.
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