Full Name

Cameron John Gannon

Born

January 23, 1989, Baulkham Hills, Sydney, New South Wales

Age

35y 42d

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Fast medium

Playing Role

Bowler

At 199 centimetres, Cameron Gannon is a tall fast bowler who gains good bounce, but his impressive 2012-13 season ended with the ignominy of being banned by Cricket Australia after his action was found to be illegal. Gannon had been reported during the Sheffield Shield final against Tasmania and biomechanical analysis at the Australian Institute of Sport found he bowled with an illegal action for all deliveries, with an average elbow extension of 24 degrees - far in excess of the allowable 15-degree limit. It meant Gannon would be unable to play for Queensland again until he could prove that he had adjusted his action appropriately. Gannon had collected 31 Shield wickets at 23.51 during the 2012-13 summer, having been a fringe member of the state side since making his debut in 2010-11.
Brydon Coverdale

Cameron Gannon Career Stats

Bowling

FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
T20Is43546732/212/2122.337.4418.0000
FC4790949744141556/538/7828.472.7861.2730
List A262613961086385/385/3828.574.6636.7110
T20s2826516746324/104/1023.318.6716.1200

Batting & Fielding

FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s4s6sCtSt
T20Is432127*12.009133.33000120
FC4761136875814.31163542.0101844340
List A261571242815.5015878.4800112100
T20s28137832313.8380103.75007280
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Recent Matches of Cameron Gannon

MatchBatBowlDateGroundFormat
West Aust vs Queensland7 & 25*2/23 & 3/4901-Mar-2024PerthFC
West Aust vs Tasmania183/49 & 0/9516-Feb-2024HobartFC
West Aust vs Tasmania--1/5714-Feb-2024HobartList A
West Aust vs NSW02/2401-Feb-2024PerthList A
West Aust vs South Aust14 & 171/38 & 0/726-Oct-2023AdelaideFC

Photos of Cameron Gannon

Cameron Gannon made key breakthroughs
Cameron Gannon and Corey Rocchiccioli picked up three wickets each
There was a strong all-round effort from the Western Australia attack
Cameron Gannon took five wickets in the match on his Western Australia debut
So what's the secret? Cameron Gannon removed Steven Smith for a duck
Cameron Gannon picked up four wickets