Brad Hogg      

Full name George Bradley Hogg

Born February 6, 1971, Narrogin, Western Australia

Current age 43 years 229 days

Major teams Australia, Antigua Hawksbills, Cape Cobras, Perth Scorchers, Rajasthan Royals, Warwickshire, Western Australia

Nickname Docker, George

Playing role Allrounder

Batting style Left-hand bat

Bowling style Slow left-arm chinaman

Height 1.83 m

George Bradley Hogg
Batting and fielding averages
Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 4s 6s Ct St
Tests 7 10 3 186 79 26.57 376 49.46 0 1 14 2 1 0
ODIs 123 65 26 790 71* 20.25 1004 78.68 0 2 41 5 36 0
T20Is 15 4 0 55 41 13.75 39 141.02 0 0 3 3 1 0
First-class 99 146 32 3992 158 35.01 4 27 55 0
List A 233 152 53 2606 94* 26.32 0 6 81 0
Twenty20 96 37 17 302 54 15.10 286 105.59 0 1 15 6 24 0
Bowling averages
Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10
Tests 7 13 1524 933 17 2/40 4/133 54.88 3.67 89.6 0 0 0
ODIs 123 113 5564 4188 156 5/32 5/32 26.84 4.51 35.6 3 2 0
T20Is 15 15 294 373 7 2/31 2/31 53.28 7.61 42.0 0 0 0
First-class 99 13488 7333 181 6/44 40.51 3.26 74.5 9 0
List A 233 9298 7213 257 5/23 5/23 28.06 4.65 36.1 5 3 0
Twenty20 96 92 2003 2282 97 4/9 4/9 23.52 6.83 20.6 4 0 0
Career statistics
Test debut India v Australia at Delhi, Oct 10-13, 1996 scorecard
Last Test Australia v India at Adelaide, Jan 24-28, 2008 scorecard
Test statistics
ODI debut Australia v Zimbabwe at Colombo (RPS), Aug 26, 1996 scorecard
Last ODI Australia v India at Sydney, Mar 2, 2008 scorecard
ODI statistics
T20I debut South Africa v Australia at Johannesburg, Feb 24, 2006 scorecard
Last T20I Australia v Pakistan at Dhaka, Mar 23, 2014 scorecard
T20I statistics
First-class debut 1993/94
Last First-class Australia v India at Adelaide, Jan 24-28, 2008 scorecard
List A debut 1993/94
Last List A Australia v India at Sydney, Mar 2, 2008 scorecard
Twenty20 debut Warwickshire v Somerset at Birmingham, Jul 2, 2004 scorecard
Last Twenty20 Dolphins v Perth Scorchers at Mohali, Sep 20, 2014 scorecard
Recent matches
Bat & Bowl Team Opposition Ground Match Date Scorecard
0/26 Scorchers v Dolphins Mohali 20 Sep 2014 T20
1/20 Hawksbills v Red Steel Basseterre 9 Aug 2014 T20
1/39 Hawksbills v Amazon Basseterre 7 Aug 2014 T20
0/18 Hawksbills v Zouks Gros Islet 3 Aug 2014 T20
8* Hawksbills v Tallawahs Kingston 31 Jul 2014 T20
3*, 1/20 Hawksbills v Tridents Bridgetown 25 Jul 2014 T20
2*, 0/23 Hawksbills v Red Steel North Sound 20 Jul 2014 T20
1/28 Hawksbills v Tridents North Sound 19 Jul 2014 T20
6*, 0/29 Hawksbills v Tallawahs North Sound 17 Jul 2014 T20
0/29, 3 Australia v Pakistan Dhaka 23 Mar 2014 T20I # 381
Profile

With his booming grin, zooming flipper and hard-to-pick wrong'un, Brad Hogg is Australia's most mercurial chinaman bowler since 'Chuck' Fleetwood-Smith in the 1930s. He announced himself to the world with a stupendous flipper to Zimbabwe's Andy Flower in the 2003 World Cup. Flower leapt back, waited for the away-spin and then slumped, hideously bamboozled, as the ball fizzed straight through on to his stumps. Until that moment, Hogg's cricketing trajectory had been anything but straightforward. Like Stuart MacGill, he had spent years in the shadow of Shane Warne. He went to that World Cup hoping to pick Warne's brain, and unexpectedly found himself filling Warne's boots. His initial Test opportunity, at Delhi way back in 1996, also arose as Warne's stand-in. He made 1 and 4, took 1 for 69, and was promptly dumped for the next seven years and 78 games. No other Australian has waited so long between his first and second Tests; Alan Hurst, dropped for 30 matches, was the previous record-holder.

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Jul 25, 2014

Brad Hogg runs out Rayad Amrit in the 20th over, Barbados Tridents  v Antigua Hawksbills, CPL 2014, Bridgetown, July 25, 2014

Brad Hogg runs out Rayad Amrit in the 20th over

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Mar 19, 2014

Brad Hogg tries to take a catch, Australia v New Zealand, World T20 warm-up match, Fatullah, March 19, 2014

Brad Hogg tries to take a catch

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Feb 27, 2014

Brad Hogg and Shane Warne in the nets, Cape Town, February 27, 2014

Brad Hogg and Shane Warne in the nets

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Tour Results
Australia v Pakistan at Dubai (DSC) - Sep 10, 2012
Australia won by 94 runs
Australia v Pakistan at Dubai (DSC) - Sep 7, 2012
Match tied (Pakistan won the one-over eliminator)
Australia v Pakistan at Dubai (DSC) - Sep 5, 2012
Pakistan won by 7 wickets (with 31 balls remaining)
Australia v Pakistan at Sharjah - Sep 3, 2012
Australia won by 3 wickets (with 18 balls remaining)
Australia v Pakistan at Abu Dhabi - Aug 31, 2012
Pakistan won by 7 wickets (with 38 balls remaining)
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