Full name Duncan Mark Betts
Born February 21, 1981, Ipswich, Queensland
Current age 34 years 162 days
Major teams Queensland Academy of Sport, Queensland Colts, Queensland Under-19s
Batting style Right-hand bat
He represented Queensland Primary Schools in 1992-93 and again in 1993 when he captained the team for the series played in Darwin. He was a member of the Queensland Secondary Schools team in 1998-99 and the Queensland Under 19 team in 1999-00 in which season he also played for Queensland Colts in the Sydney Gregory Cup match. In the northern summer of 2000 he played in England with the Windsor Club, having a most successful season. In September 2000 he was a late inclusion in the Country Origin team for the match at Warwick, replacing Brian May who was unable to play. He was then included in the Queensland Academy of Sport team for the opening ACB Cup match against Australian Cricket Academy played at Albion, recording scores of 96 and 77 not out. Schools - Mitchelton State; Brisbane Grammar. (Pat Culpan/Warwick Torrens, March 2001)
Club: Northern Suburbs
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