Full name Heath Thomas Pedrola
Born June 7, 1972, Cairns, Queensland
Current age 44 years 227 days
Major teams Marylebone Cricket Club, Queensland Academy of Sport, Queensland Country
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm offbreak
Played for Rovers in Cairns 1988-1991, then moved to Brisbane and played for Valley. Played until 1998, then moved to England.1992-93. First grade debut 68 v Wynnum Manly; 1995-96 scored 138 [XXXX Grand Final] Valley v Uni @ Gabba; 1996-97 member of the Qld Academy of Sport; 1996 scored 120 QAS v Auckland @ Eden Park [QAS tour, NZ]; 1996-97 captained Valley in Coca-Cola Cup one-day series; 1997 scored 80no Qld Country v Queensland @ Cairns; 2000 selected for MCC v Scotland @ Lord's; 2001 scored 100no MCC v Scotland @ Castleford; 2002 selected for MCC tour of Kenya. School: Edge Hill Primary, Trinity Bay State High - both Cairns. (Pat Culpan, January 2002)
Club: Worsley, UK (formerly Valley, Brisbane)
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