|Date of Birth||05 February 2017|
|Place of Birth||Perth, Australia|
|Career||January 1970 - January 1970|
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1. In only his second ODI for Australia, he bagged three wickets and smashed an unbeaten 146 runs coming at No. 7.
2. His unbeaten 146 is also the second-highest score by a No. 7 or lower in ODI history after Luke Ronchi’s 170 not out.
3. Smashed six sixes in an over against Brendan Smith of National Indigenous Squad, playing for the National Performance Squad in 2015, but because the match was a practice game his feat did not go into the history books.
4. Playing in his first ICC CT.
5. ODI debut against England at Leeds in 2015.
6. Debuted for Western Australia at the age of 19 but moved to Victoria to further his career.
7. His exploits earned him an IPL contract with Kings XI Punjab for the 2016 season.
8. He scored 146 not out from No. 7 to help Australia to within seven runs of a remarkable come-from-behind win against New Zealand at Eden Park in January 2017.