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Full name Benjamin Joel Wright
Born May 2, 1986, Harvey, Western Australia
Current age 28 years 140 days
Major teams Western Australia Under-15s
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium
His club is Waroona and he also plays for Rockingham-Mandurah. He has represented the South West Zone team in Under 13, Under 15, and Under 16. He is a member of the Secondary Schools team for the April 2001 championships played at Buderim. His father Craig Wright played cricket for Waroona and for Broome while his grand father Ken Wright played grade cricket in the WACA competition. He plays Australian football and basketball. Schools: Broome Primary; Waroona District High.
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