Lloyd Mash      

Full name Lloyd Ryan Mash

Born December 1, 1981, Melbourne, Victoria

Current age 32 years 296 days

Major teams Victoria

Nickname Bangers

Batting style Left-hand bat

Bowling style Right-arm offbreak

Height 1.84 m

Lloyd Ryan Mash
Batting and fielding averages
Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 4s 6s Ct St
First-class 27 50 0 1252 94 25.04 2810 44.55 0 10 156 7 16 0
List A 6 5 0 48 32 9.60 139 34.53 0 0 4 0 2 0
Bowling averages
Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10
First-class 27 1 6 0 0 - - - 0.00 - 0 0 0
List A 6 - - - - - - - - - - - -
Career statistics
First-class debut Victoria v West Indians at Melbourne, Nov 11-13, 2005 scorecard
Last First-class Queensland v Victoria at Brisbane, Feb 22-25, 2010 scorecard
List A debut Victoria v Queensland at Melbourne, Dec 11, 2005 scorecard
Last List A South Australia v Victoria at Adelaide, Jan 29, 2006 scorecard
Recent matches
Bat & Bowl Team Opposition Ground Match Date Scorecard
9, 1 Victoria v Queensland Brisbane 22 Feb 2010 FC
6, 40 Victoria v NSW Melbourne 12 Feb 2010 FC
2, 0 Victoria v Tasmania Hobart 29 Jan 2010 FC
8, 14 Victoria v NSW Newcastle 18 Dec 2009 FC
5, 105* Vic 2nd XI v NSW 2nd XI Sydney 12 Oct 2009 Other
96, 27 Vic U23s v S Aust U23s Adelaide 6 Oct 2009 Other
10 Victoria v NSW Melbourne 15 Feb 2009 FC
2 Vic 2nd XI v NSW 2nd XI Melbourne 9 Feb 2009 Other
63, 2 Victoria v South Aust Melbourne 30 Jan 2009 FC
224, 0/5, 64, 0/11 Vic 2nd XI v ACT Canberra 12 Jan 2009 Other
Profile

A top-order batsman who has struggled to grab his opportunities at state level, Lloyd Mash did not have his Cricket Victoria contract renewed for 2010-11. The demotion came after a disappointing return of 80 runs in eight Sheffield Shield innings in 2009-10, when he was given an extended chance at No. 3 followed Brad Hodge's retirement from first-class cricket. He had made only sporadic appearances since 2006-07, when he was the preferred opening partner for Nick Jewell for most of the summer but averaged only 26. An impressive debut season the year before brought Mash 505 Pura Cup runs and he started with a steady 44 against the touring West Indians on his first-class debut. A strong left-hander, Mash planted Dwayne Bravo for four sixes in a 12-ball cameo of 32 when a Twenty20 practice game was arranged. Mash, who began his career aged five at Eltham and spent seven years in the under-12s, works in insurance in his time away from the game.
Cricinfo staff September 2010

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Mar 16, 2008

Simon Katich and Michael Clarke rush in after Lloyd Mash's wicket, New South Wales v Victoria, Pura Cup final, Sydney, 2nd day, March 16, 2008

Simon Katich and Michael Clarke rush in after Lloyd Mash's wicket

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Mar 16, 2008

Nathan Bracken is mobbed after giving Lloyd Mash his marching orders, New South Wales v Victoria, Pura Cup final, Sydney, 2nd day, March 16, 2008

Nathan Bracken is mobbed after giving Lloyd Mash his marching orders

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Oct 28, 2007

Lloyd Mash fell short of his century by just five runs, Cricket Australia Chairman's XI v Sri Lankans, Adelaide, 2nd day, October 28, 2007

Lloyd Mash fell short of his century by just five runs

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