Full name Charles Adrian Burke
Born July 1, 1979, Perth, Western Australia
Current age 37 years 206 days
Major teams Claremont-Nedlands, Prahran, Western Australia Under-19s
Nickname Puddles, Burkey
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium
Other Coach, Commentator
Height 5 ft 11 in
Education Hollywood Senior High School, Perth, Western Australia
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|0, 0/10||Team Red||v Team Blue||Kirtipur||11 Apr 2015||Other OD|
Charles Burke is currently head coach of the Hong Kong National Men and Women's cricket teams. He took over the post in May 2010 after completing 2 years with the International Cricket Council (ICC) where he was a development officer for the East Asia Pacific region.
It has been a successful time at the helm of Hong Kong with the u19s Men and Women both making the semi finals of the ACC tournaments, the Women won the T20 ACC tournament in Kuwait and the Men won promotion to ICC Pepsi World Cricket League Division 2 after winning the Division 3 event in January 2011.
The former WACA A grade bowling all-rounder is a Cricket Australia Level 3 coach and has enjoyed success with under-age representative teams in Western Australia over the years in various roles as coach, coaching officer and bowling coach.
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