Full name Zane Elliot Turner
Born January 15, 1987, Nambour, Queensland
Current age 30 years 70 days
Major teams Queensland Under-15s, Queensland Under-17s
Batting style Left-hand bat
Bowling style Slow left-arm orthodox
Zane Turner's club is Caboolture and he has represented Sunshine Coast and Redcliffe from Under 12 to Under 14, and the combined Moreton and South West in Under 14. He has also played some cricket for South Brisbane. In April 2001 he was a member of the Queensland Secondary Schools Under 15 team for the national championships played at Buderim, and retained his place for the series played at Bendigo in March 2002. In 2002-03 he is a member of the Queensland Under 17 team. He competes in athletics. Schools: St Pauls Lutheran Primary; Tullawong State High, both in Caboolture. (Warwick Torrens, December 2002)
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