Full name Nicholas Graeme Death
Born May 13, 1988, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
Current age 28 years 316 days
Major teams Australian Capital Territory, Australian Capital Territory Under-19s
Batting style Left-hand bat
Bowling style Left-arm fast-medium
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|0/28, 29||ACT||v Qld U23s||Melbourne||23 Dec 2010||Other T20|
|2, 1/20||ACT||v S Aust U23s||Melbourne||22 Dec 2010||Other T20|
|1/56, 4||ACT||v NSW U23s||Melbourne||21 Dec 2010||Other T20|
|0/6||ACT||v Tas U23s||Melbourne||20 Dec 2010||Other T20|
|1/38, 29, 1/42||ACT||v S Aust U23s||Canberra||19 Jan 2010||Other|
|2/48, 69*, 0/9, 10||ACT||v Vic U23s||Canberra||17 Nov 2009||Other|
|1/20, 0, 11||ACT||v Tas U23s||Hobart||27 Oct 2009||Other|
|39, 1/23, 24, 2/29||ACT||v Qld U23s||Brisbane||6 Oct 2009||Other|
|1/23, 0, 0/21, 18||WA 2nd XI||v SAust 2nd XI||Bunbury||18 Feb 2008||Other|
|2/48, 23||ACT U19||v WA U19||Adelaide||21 Dec 2006||Other|
A left-arm fast bowler, Nick Death is originally from Canberra, where he represented the ACT in under-age sides. He moved to Perth towards the end of 2006-07 and the following summer had a productive club season with Wanneroo, where he picked up 46 wickets at 23.89. It was enough to earn him his first Western Australia rookie contract. A useful batsman who sometimes opens for his grade side, Death has also worked in digital mapping for the CSIRO's land and water department.
Cricinfo staff October 2008
Also, which players have the most half-centuries without ever having made a hundred?
This Bangladesh are crazy if they think they can beat Sri Lanka in their own den. Right?