Full name Jeffrey Neil Pfaff
Born May 12, 1972, Rockhampton, Queensland
Current age 44 years 256 days
Major teams Gold Coast, Queensland Under-17s
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium
Jeff Pfaff represented Queensland Under 17 in 1988-89 and has appeared for Queensland Second XI, while he represented Queensland in One Day matches in the 1997-98 Bundaberg Centenary celebration. He commenced his cricket with Southport and also played with Helensvale in Gold Coast and now plays QCA Grade for Gold Coast (First grade 1990-91 to date). He was treasurer of Gold Coast for 1992-93 and was a member of the club committee from 1992 to 2001. He played rugby at T.S.S. and in 1988 was the G.P.S. javelin champion. Schools: Benowa State; Keebra Park High (1 year); The Southport School. He has since qualified as bachelor of business and advanced diploma of business. He works in the Australian Public Service. (Warwick Torrens, March 2003)
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