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Ben Rohrer
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Ben Rohrer

Australia|Middle order batter
Ben Rohrer

INTL CAREER: 2013 - 2013

Full Name

Ben James Rohrer

Born

March 26, 1981, Bankstown, New South Wales

Age

40y 52d

Batting Style

Left hand bat

Fielding Position

Occasional wicketkeeper

Playing Role

Middle order batter

Height

1.8 m

TEAMS

A left-handed batsman, Ben Rohrer was a late addition to the New South Wales side for their second-last Pura Cup match of 2006-07. Things started badly; he survived a hat-trick ball from Ben Hilfenhaus but made only 5 as Tasmania skittled the Blues for 53, their lowest Pura Cup score. But in the second innings Rohrer stood firm and his 163 made him the first man since Rodney Davison in 1993-94 to collect a century on first-class debut for New South Wales. He faced the Tigers again in the final and scored 30 in the second innings - only Simon Katich made more - as New South Wales conceded the title to Tasmania. Rohrer's encouraging start earned him a Blues contract for 2007-08, but he was unable to gain any playing time. There were more opportunities the following summer and his highlight was a brutal 44 not out off 20 balls that took the Blues to the Twenty20 trophy in the final against Victoria. He also appeared in five first-class games, scoring a century on the way to 322 runs at 46. In 2009-10 he scored a Shield hundred and also made useful contributions in the FR Cup.
Brydon Coverdale August 2010

Career Averages

Batting & Fielding
FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s4s6sCtSt
T20I110161616.0014114.28000100
FC559413292716336.13516456.6851736219310
List A474259508025.67119279.6905797150
T201039026167764*26.201260133.090312053330
Bowling
FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
T20I1------------
FC551924115154/134/2030.203.7548.20100
List A47112150---7.50-000
T2010316120---12.00-000
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Ben Rohrer reacts after dropping a sitter
Ben Rohrer copped a blow in the chest area at the non-striker's end
Peter Nevill misses a stumping chance against Ben Rohrer
Thunder captain Ben Rohrer gets down to sweep one
Trent Copeland and Ben Rohrer's 120-run partnership sealed New South Wales' chase
Mahela Jayawardene struggled to make his ground despite a dive