Australia v South Africa 2008-09 / Prime Minister's XI Squad

Tour Match: Prime Minister's XI v New Zealanders at Canberra, Jan 29, 2009

January 20, 2009

Justin Langer

Justin Langer

captain

Age: 38 years 60 days

Playing role: Opening batsman

Batting: Left-hand bat

Bowling: Right-arm medium

George Bailey

George Bailey

Age: 26 years 135 days

Playing role: Top-order batsman

Batting: Right-hand bat

Bowling: Right-arm medium

Jason Behrendorff

Jason Behrendorff

Age: 18 years 275 days

Batting: Right-hand bat

Bowling: Left-arm fast-medium

Daniel Christian

Daniel Christian

Age: 25 years 261 days

Playing role: Allrounder

Batting: Right-hand bat

Bowling: Right-arm fast-medium

Callum Ferguson

Callum Ferguson

Age: 24 years 60 days

Playing role: Middle-order batsman

Batting: Right-hand bat

Bowling: Right-arm medium

Moises Henriques

Moises Henriques

Age: 21 years 354 days

Playing role: Allrounder

Batting: Right-hand bat

Bowling: Right-arm fast-medium

Jon Holland

Jon Holland

Age: 21 years 236 days

Playing role: Bowler

Batting: Right-hand bat

Bowling: Slow left-arm orthodox

Phillip Hughes

Phillip Hughes

Age: 20 years 51 days

Playing role: Opening batsman

Batting: Left-hand bat

Michael Klinger

Michael Klinger

Age: 28 years 200 days

Playing role: Batsman

Batting: Right-hand bat

Clint McKay

Clint McKay

Age: 25 years 335 days

Playing role: Bowler

Batting: Right-hand bat

Bowling: Right-arm fast-medium

Ashton May

Age: 19 years 166 days

Batting: Right-hand bat

Bowling: Right-arm medium

Tim Paine

Tim Paine

wicketkeeper

Age: 24 years 43 days

Playing role: Wicketkeeper batsman

Batting: Right-hand bat

Bowling: Right-arm medium

Tour Results
Australia v New Zealand at Sydney - Feb 15, 2009
Australia won by 1 run
Australia v New Zealand at Brisbane - Feb 13, 2009
No result
Australia v New Zealand at Adelaide - Feb 10, 2009
Australia won by 6 wickets (with 10 balls remaining)
Australia v New Zealand at Sydney - Feb 8, 2009
Australia won by 32 runs
Australia v New Zealand at Melbourne - Feb 6, 2009
New Zealand won by 6 wickets (with 7 balls remaining)
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