Full name Timothy Laurence Anderson
Born November 24, 1978, Geelong, Victoria, Australia
Current age 38 years 121 days
Major teams Australia Under-19s
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Legbreak
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|13||Team Red||v Team Blue||Kirtipur||11 Apr 2015||Other OD|
Tim started his ICC career in 2000 as a Development Officer in the East Asia - Pacific Region based in Melbourne. After becoming the Region's Development Manager in 2004, then moving to Dubai as ICC's Development Programmes Manager in 2006, he was appointed to the role of Global Development Manager in 2011. Playing and coaching cricket were key themes in Tim's life before joining the ICC. He captained the Australian U/19 team at the 1998 Youth World Cup, then became a scholar at the Australian Institute of Sport Cricket Academy under Rod Marsh. Tim has a Bachelor of Business Administration, and enjoys playing golf and supporting the Geelong Cats in the Australian Football League (AFL). He lives in Dubai with his wife and daughter.
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