Scott Kremerskothen      

Full name Scott Paul Kremerskothen

Born January 5, 1979, Launceston, Tasmania

Current age 35 years 110 days

Major teams Tasmania

Batting style Left-hand bat

Bowling style Right-arm medium

Height 1.85 m

Scott Paul Kremerskothen
Batting and fielding averages
Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 Ct St
First-class 37 56 9 1266 82* 26.93 3050 41.50 0 5 25 0
List A 44 36 7 573 64 19.75 0 1 15 0
Bowling averages
Mat Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10
First-class 37 2733 1584 44 4/63 36.00 3.47 62.1 0 0
List A 44 1202 1093 31 3/33 3/33 35.25 5.45 38.7 0 0 0
Career statistics
First-class debut 1999/00
Last First-class Western Australia v Tasmania at Perth, Nov 27-30, 2005 scorecard
List A debut 1998/99
Last List A Tasmania v South Australia at Hobart, Dec 10, 2005 scorecard
Recent matches
Bat & Bowl Team Opposition Ground Match Date Scorecard
46, 0/36 Tasmania v South Aust Hobart 10 Dec 2005 LA
2/61, 66, 3/22, 7 Tasmania v Western Aust Perth 27 Nov 2005 FC
1/74, 9* Tasmania v Western Aust Perth 25 Nov 2005 LA
32, 1/31, 4/63, 4 Tasmania v Victoria Hobart 4 Nov 2005 FC
10, 1/38 Tasmania v Queensland Brisbane 22 Oct 2005 LA
2, 1/64, 9 Tasmania v Queensland Brisbane 17 Oct 2005 FC
Profile

Scott Kremerskothen's intimidating name has been a semi-regular on Tasmanian scorecards since making his debut as a 20-year-old in 1998-99, although it has been spotted less frequently over the past couple of seasons. A middle-order batsman who doubles as a handy medium pacer capable of moving the ball both ways, Kremerskothen is also a strong fielder but was seen intermittently in 2005-06 due to injury. Not quite good enough to sustain a place with his batting or bowling alone, he has grown into a fringe member of the squad who must wait for his opportunities. A former Academy member and part of the Australian Under-19 World Cup team of 1998, he suffered a broken cheekbone when hit by Stuart Clark in 2001-02, but his most recent concern is pushing for a permanent spot in the Tigers' line-up.
Cricinfo staff May 2006

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Oct 22, 2005

Scott Kremerskothen is run out for 10, ING Cup, Tasmania v Queensland, Brisbane, October 22, 2005

Scott Kremerskothen is run out for 10

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Mar 23, 2002

23 Mar 2002: Michael Kasprowicz of Queensland celebrates as he claims the wicket of Scott Kremerskothen of Tasmania, caught by substitute fieldsman, Clinton Perren for ten, during day two of the Pura Cup Final between the Queensland Bulls and the Tasmania Tigers, played at the Gabba, Brisbane, Australia.

Kasprowicz claims the wicket of Kremerskothen, Queensland v Tasmania, Pura Cup Final, 2001/02

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Oct 23, 2001

Portrait of Scott Kremerskothen, October 2001

Scott Kremerskothen - Portrait October 2001

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Notes

Australia Under-19s 1997/98

Commonwealth Bank Cricket Academy 1998

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1st unofficial Test: Australia A v India A at Brisbane
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Australia A v India A at Darwin
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