Full Name

David Andrew Freedman


June 19, 1964, Sydney, New South Wales


58y 283d

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Left arm Wrist spin

David 'Freddy' Freedman is a vastly experienced cricketer, whose skill in the unusual art of left arm leg spin has seen him win over fifty caps for New South Wales in a first class career that has spanned close to a decade. From an undemonstrative, slightly stooping action and short run-up, Freedman's tendency is to pitch fractionally short of a driveable length and to spin the ball back into right handers. But his repertoire encompasses good variety and a number of the flatter, faster balls that he bowls also have the capacity to deceive batsmen, especially on the traditionally spin-friendly pitches at his home ground in Sydney. Highlights of his career have included an appearance in two Sheffield Shield Final teams; selection in an Australia 'A' side in 1992-93; a sensational match haul of 11/93 against West Indies in 1995-96; and even two first class half centuries with the bat. Whilst his influence shows signs of waning as he heads into his mid to late-thirties, Freedman remains a popular member of the Blues squad and his guidance is likely to continue to prove invaluable to some of the younger bowlers in the State's ranks over forthcoming seasons. (John Polack, July 2000)

Career Averages
Batting & Fielding
List A421868.000000
List A414411311/241/24113.004.70144.0000
Debut/Last Matches - Player
FC Matches
1991/92 - 1998/99
List A Matches
1991/92 - 1997/98
David Freedman appeals, New South Wales v Queensland, Sheffield Shield, 1997/98