Full name Aaron Keith Heal
Born March 13, 1983, Armadale, Perth, Western Australia
Current age 34 years 137 days
Major teams Melbourne Renegades, Western Australia
Playing role Bowler
Batting style Left-hand bat
Bowling style Slow left-arm orthodox
Height 1.83 m
|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|
|T20s debut||Tasmania v Western Australia at Hobart, Jan 7, 2007 scorecard|
|Last T20s||Hobart Hurricanes v Melbourne Renegades at Hobart, Jan 18, 2012 scorecard|
|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|
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.
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