Scott William Meuleman
July 17, 1980, Subiaco, Perth, Western Australia
Right hand Bat
A third-generation Western Australian first-class player, Scott Meuleman is a talented right-handed upper-order batsman who has not conquered the senior interstate arena. Since making his debut in 2000-01, Meuleman has picked up two centuries in 19 Pura Cup games and made only 17 one-day appearances as he has become stuck behind Hussey, Langer and Rogers. Last season he managed only one Ford Ranger Cup and one Twenty20 match as his stocks slid further and he lost his state contract for 2007-08.
Lightly framed but possessing a compact technique, he can play off both the front and back foot and his hook and pull strokes are especially impressive. Meuleman attracted the eye of Western Australian officials from early in his junior career, and was a member of state under-age teams before joining the Academy intake of 2001. Meuleman's grandfather Ken played in 116 first-class matches for Victoria and Western Australia as well as the first Test between Australia and New Zealand. His father Bob was also a Western Australian senior representative and participated in 14 first-class games during the late 1960s and early 1970s. The MacGill family is the only other in history to provide the state team with players from three successive generations.
Cricinfo staff July 2007
Scott Meuleman Career Stats
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Debut/Last Matches of Scott Meuleman
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