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Cameron White


Country: Australia
Date of Birth: August 18, 2021
Place of Birth: Bairnsdale, Victoria
Batting Style: Right Handed
Bowling Style: Leg break
Teams Played: Australia, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Victorian Bushrangers

Batting Performance

Tests47214646 0029.244.24
ODI7259121766105 21137.5784.18
T20s2322851385* 0336.64144.51
IPL1513416231* 0018120

Bowling & Fielding Performance


Career Performance

First MatchLast Match
TestsOctober 9, 2021 v India at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore - KarnatakaNovember 6, 2021 v India at Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur
ODIsOctober 5, 2021 v ICC World XI at Telstra Dome, Melbourne - VictoriaNovember 7, 2021 v Sri Lanka at Brisbane Cricket Ground (Woolloongabba), Brisbane - Queensland
T20sJanuary 9, 2022 v England at Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), SydneyOctober 31, 2021 v Sri Lanka at W.A.C.A. Ground, Perth - Western Australia
IPLApril 18, 2022 v Kolkata Knight Riders at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore - KarnatakaApril 24, 2022 v Deccan Chargers at Dr DY Patil Stadium, Mumbai


When this lanky leggie first made a name for himself in the Australian domestic circuit, many people compared him to Shane Warne. Those descriptions faded away with time, as people began to understand how different this young lad was from the Aussie legend. Not a huge turner of the ball, White relies on his ability to mix things up with a "wrong'un" and his change of pace. But more than his leg spin, White is know for how handy he can be with the willow at his disposal. He made an unbeaten 58 in his T20 debut for Australia 'A' and since then, the right-hander has taken a liking to the fastest and most explosive format of the game.

He has to his credit the second highest score in T20 history with an unbeaten 141 in a domestic match. This reputation as a T20 expert led to his selection into the Bangalore Royal Challengers team during the inaugural IPL tournament.

However, he was not able to live upto his reputation of being called the 'BEAR', for his ability to hit the ball hard and he nearly faded away but the Natwest Series in 2009 against England saw him blossom into a prolific middle-order batsman rather than just a pinch-hitter, thanks to Michael Clarke who promoted him up the order and he has become the second most consistent batsman for Australia after Shane Watson this summer and has not looked back since.