Cameron Green Biography, Stats, and Latest News
Cameron Donald Green is an Australian cricketer who plays for Western Australia and the Perth Scorchers as an all-rounder. Cameron Green is a young prodigy who rose through the ranks through grade cricket. And at the age of just 17, he burst onto the domestic scene with a 5 wicket haul on debut.
Green’s junior days were plagued by injuries and he suffered a further injury scare during his second Sheffield game when he dislocated his knee during warm-up. However, the on-field physio noticed it immediately, and he was given the go-ahead to play. He made his List A debut for Cricket Australia XI in a tour match against Pakistan. And got 3 wickets including experienced batsman Shoaib Malik. And troubled the Pakistan players with his accurate and fast seam bowling.
His lower-order pinch-hitting talent came to the fore when he scored 45 in his second first-class game. In which the baggy green-holder James Pattinson hit three big sixes and increased his team’s lead from 104 to 168. In his second outing with the ball in that match, he finished with figures of 3/20 when he was at the top of the crease. Which included timely wickets of opposition captain Cameron White and Dan Christian. thereby leading his team to an innings victory, for which he earned praise from his captain Adam Voges.
Cameron Green Personal Details:
|Full Name||Cameron Donald Green|
|Born||Jun 03, 1999|
|Birth Of Place||Subiaco, Australia|
|Batting Style||Right Handed Bat|
|Bowling Style||Right-arm medium|
|Test Debut||17th Dec 2020 (India)|
|ODI Debut||02nd Dec 2020 (India)|
|T20I Debut||05th April 2022 (Pakistan)|
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IND vs AUS 1st Test: Australia has also started playing mind games. Now two days before the first Test, former wicket-keeper batsman Adam Gilchrist has given a big update on the fitness of star all-rounder Cameron Green. Adam Gilchrist believes that Australia’s all-rounder Cameron Green can land as a batsman in the first Test against India starting on Thursday. The 23-year-old Green is now on his way to regaining fitness after undergoing surgery on his right finger. Let us tell you that his finger bone was broken during the Boxing Day Test against South Africa in December. Australia’s coach Andrew McDonald has already said that Cameron Green will not be able to bowl at the moment.