Wade Seccombe      

Full name Wade Anthony Seccombe

Born October 30, 1971, Murgon, Queensland

Current age 42 years 360 days

Major teams Queensland

Batting style Right-hand bat

Fielding position Wicketkeeper

Wade Anthony Seccombe
Batting and fielding averages
Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 Ct St
First-class 115 175 30 3559 151 24.54 4 12 517 21
List A 90 67 22 955 67* 21.22 0 4 128 26
Bowling averages
Mat Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10
First-class 115 9 3 0 - - - 2.00 - 0 0 0
List A 90 - - - - - - - - - - -
Career statistics
First-class debut 1992/93
Last First-class Queensland v New South Wales at Brisbane, Mar 18-20, 2005 scorecard
List A debut 1994/95
Last List A Queensland v Tasmania at Brisbane, Feb 20, 2005 scorecard
Profile

For someone who was forced to wait until he was close to the age of twenty-eight before becoming a first-class wicketkeeper in his own right, Queensland's Wade Seccombe is a remarkably good player. Fraught by the gloveman's enduring curse of having to shuffle in and out of teams to accommodate a more senior 'keeper, Seccombe made his debut in 1992-93 but merely assumed the mantle of understudy to Ian Healy right up until the veteran international player announced his retirement from the game just prior to the 1999-2000 domestic season. Technically, he is an outstanding wicketkeeper. He operates with the graceful, agile movement that distinguishes most elite glovemen from their peers and is equally at home (notwithstanding the predominance of pacemen in his native state) on the end of fast and slow bowling. With the bat, he is a confident and adaptable performer; he has a particular liking for playing shots square of the wicket and can be very attacking, yet also has a sound technique and has played some fine defensive innings at different times. To attest to Seccombe's talents, it is worth considering that he has already assembled a list of impressive achievements in the game: he was chosen to be an inductee of the Australian Cricket Academy in 1993; has been a member of all four of Queensland's winning Sheffield Shield/Pura Cup sides; has played in each of two teams to have won Mercantile Mutual Cups; and, in his first full season no less, equalled Rodney Marsh's twenty-four year old record for the most number of dismissals effected by a wicketkeeper in an Australian domestic summer. (John Polack, April 2001)

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Mar 11, 2005

Wade Seccombe pulls, Queensland v Western Australia, Pura Cup, Brisbane, March 11, 2005

Wade Seccombe pulls

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Mar 31, 2004

Wade Seccombe

Wade Seccombe

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Oct 25, 2003

Wade Seccombe and Nathan Hauritz of the Bulls celebrate winning against the Tigers during the ING Cup match between the Queensland Bulls and the Tasmanian Tigers at the Gabba October 25, 2003 in Brisbane, Australia.

Wade Seccombe and Nathan Hauritz of the Bulls celebrate winning

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Notes

First-class Debut: Queensland v England 'A' at Caloundra, 1992/93

List A Debut: Queensland v Tasmania at Brisbane, 1994/95

Commonwealth Bank Cricket Academy 1993

Nephew of Donald Seccombe (Queensland)

Country Fixtures Country Results
1st Test: Australia v Pakistan at Dubai (DSC) - Oct 22-26
Pakistan 454 & 286/2d Australia 303 & 59/4
Final: NSW v Western Aust at Sydney
Oct 26, 2014 (14:00 local | 03:00 GMT | 23:00 EDT | 22:00 CDT | 20:00 PDT)
2nd Test: Australia v Pakistan at Abu Dhabi
Oct 30-Nov 3, 2014 (10:00 local | 06:00 GMT | 02:00 EDT | 01:00 CDT | 23:00 PDT)
Victoria v NSW at Melbourne
Oct 31-Nov 3, 2014 (10:30 local | 23:30 GMT | 19:30 EDT | 18:30 CDT | 16:30 PDT)
South Aust v Queensland at Adelaide
Oct 31-Nov 3, 2014 (10:30 local | 00:00 GMT | 20:00 EDT | 19:00 CDT | 17:00 PDT)
Western Aust v Tasmania at Perth
Oct 31-Nov 3, 2014 (10:30 local | 02:30 GMT | 22:30 EDT | 21:30 CDT | 19:30 PDT)
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