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Aaron Heal      

Full name Aaron Keith Heal

Born March 13, 1983, Armadale, Perth, Western Australia

Current age 31 years 284 days

Major teams Melbourne Renegades, Western Australia

Nickname Heals

Playing role Bowler

Batting style Left-hand bat

Bowling style Slow left-arm orthodox

Height 1.83 m

Aaron Keith Heal
Batting and fielding averages
Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 4s 6s Ct St
First-class 19 24 3 439 81* 20.90 688 63.80 0 4 7 0
List A 36 22 4 250 50 13.88 323 77.39 0 1 7 0
Twenty20 23 11 2 54 13 6.00 59 91.52 0 0 2 2 5 0
Bowling averages
Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10
First-class 19 3507 1838 36 5/57 51.05 3.14 97.4 2 2 1
List A 36 1874 1518 40 4/58 4/58 37.95 4.86 46.8 1 0 0
Twenty20 23 21 490 576 26 2/13 2/13 22.15 7.05 18.8 0 0 0
Career statistics
First-class debut Tasmania v Western Australia at Hobart, Feb 4-7, 2004 scorecard
Last First-class Queensland v Western Australia at Brisbane, Dec 10-13, 2010 scorecard
List A debut Tasmania v Western Australia at Launceston, Feb 1, 2004 scorecard
Last List A Tasmania v Western Australia at Hobart, Dec 22, 2010 scorecard
Twenty20 debut Tasmania v Western Australia at Hobart, Jan 7, 2007 scorecard
Last Twenty20 Hobart Hurricanes v Melbourne Renegades at Hobart, Jan 18, 2012 scorecard
Recent matches
Bat & Bowl Team Opposition Ground Match Date Scorecard
0/33 Melb Reneg v Hurricanes Hobart 18 Jan 2012 T20
1/21, 0 Melb Reneg v Heat Melbourne (Docklands) 12 Jan 2012 T20
- Melb Reneg v Scorchers Melbourne (Docklands) 22 Dec 2011 T20
2/32, 1 Melb Reneg v Strikers Adelaide 18 Dec 2011 T20
0/32, 1 West Aust v South Aust Perth 13 Jan 2011 T20
- West Aust v NSW Sydney 9 Jan 2011 T20
0/50 West Aust v Tasmania Hobart 22 Dec 2010 LA
0/49 West Aust v Queensland Brisbane 10 Dec 2010 FC
0/26, 0 West Aust v Queensland Brisbane 8 Dec 2010 LA
1/39 West Aust v Queensland Perth 3 Dec 2010 LA
Profile

A left-arm orthodox spinner, Aaron Heal will be aiming to regain a regular place in Western Australia's Sheffield Shield side in 2008-09 with no Brad Hogg for competition. The previous summer his four outings brought only four wickets, although he was useful in the shorter formats and was the state's equal leading Twenty20 wicket-taker with nine at 17.66. In 2006-07, Heal had been an unlikely star of Western Australia's opening Pura Cup matches. It had been three years since his previous appearance for the Warriors and he claimed 15 wickets from the first two games at the traditionally pace-friendly WACA. His initial first-class ten-wicket match came in the second game against Tasmania, when he snared five in each innings. He missed the next match when Hogg returned from international duties and Heal's impact lessened as the season wore on. He finished with 22 wickets at 27.40 from eight games and also chipped in with two half-centuries, but was only used in one FR Cup match and one Twenty20 fixture as Hogg was preferred. However, 2006-07 was undoubtedly a breakthrough year for Heal, who benefited from Beau Casson's move to New South Wales, and he earned a return to the Academy in 2007. Heal should have a good idea of how to extract the most from pitches, as he works as a groundsman in Perth.
Brydon Coverdale September 2008

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Oct 24, 2008

Aaron Heal picked up 3 for 39 against Tasmania, Western Australia v Tasmania, Ford Ranger Cup, Perth, October 24, 2008

Aaron Heal picked up 3 for 39 against Tasmania

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Jan 13, 2008

Aaron Heal is back-slapped after dismissing Aiden Blizzard, Western Australia v Victoria, KFC Twenty20 final, January 13, 2008

Aaron Heal is back-slapped after dismissing Aiden Blizzard

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Oct 29, 2007

Aaron Heal works one away to the leg side, Cricket Australia Chairman's XI v Sri Lankans, 3rd day, Adelaide, October 29, 2007

Aaron Heal works one away to the leg side

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Results
Victoria v Queensland at Melbourne - Mar 17-21, 2010
Victoria won by 457 runs
NSW v South Aust at Sydney - Mar 10-12, 2010
NSW won by an innings and 39 runs
Queensland v West Aust at Brisbane - Mar 10-12, 2010
West Aust won by 3 wickets
Victoria v Tasmania at Melbourne - Mar 10-12, 2010
Victoria won by an innings and 46 runs
West Aust v Victoria at Perth - Mar 3-6, 2010
Victoria won by 54 runs
Queensland v South Aust at Brisbane - Mar 3-6, 2010
Queensland won by 94 runs
Tasmania v NSW at Hobart - Mar 3-6, 2010
NSW won by 216 runs
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