Matches (22)
IND v SA (1)
Marsh Cup (1)
PAK v ENG (1)
CPL (3)
County DIV1 (5)
County DIV2 (4)
WI-W v NZ-W (1)
Road Safety (3)
UAE v BAN (1)
Legends League (1)
NZ-A in IND (1)

Full Name

Gregory John Mail


April 29, 1978, Penrith, New South Wales


44y 152d



Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Medium

Fielding Position

Occasional Wicketkeeper

Playing Role

Opening Batter


1.91 m

A cautious and long-serving opening batsman, Greg Mail's most successful season came in 2003-04 when he hit three centuries and finished with 754 runs. He struggled to keep pace over the next three summers and had a horror 2006-07, when his five Pura Cup games brought 121 runs at 13.44 with a highest score of 27. However, he has consistently starred in Sydney's grade cricket and the 1225 runs he made for Sydney University three years ago broke an 87-year-old club record. In four Pura Cup appearances in 2007-08 he added another century, 125 versus Victoria, and attracted interest from South Australia. However, he decided to stay in Sydney to push for opportunities in the expected absences of Phil Jaques and Simon Katich. He was rewarded with seven appearances but returned only 340 runs at 28.33, with a best of 101 against Victoria at the MCG.

Mail began his career in 1999-2000 after Mark Taylor and Rodney Davison had departed, and had regular opportunities to settle, but he has rarely been in the first-choice XI when the international players have returned. A fine fielder who was at the Academy in 1999, Mail has made only a handful of one-day appearances as his determined style is more suited to the longer games. Off the field, he has studied law and advanced science and his general knowledge makes some team-mates complain he knows everything.
Cricinfo staff
May 2009

Career Averages
Batting & Fielding
List A8611155823.0018462.500151
List A8140---24.00-000
Debut/Last Matches - Player
Recent Matches - Player
NSW 2nd XI vs VIC 2nd XI52 & 223--12-Oct-2009SydneyOTHER
NSW vs West Aust590/005-Mar-2009SydneyFC
NSW vs Queensland6 & 301/5426-Feb-2009BrisbaneFC
NSW vs Victoria101 & 49--15-Feb-2009MelbourneFC
NSW 2nd XI vs VIC 2nd XI28 & 21*1/109-Feb-2009MelbourneOTHER
Greg Mail
Greg Mail steadily batted New South Wales back into the game
Daniel Harris takes a low catch to dismiss Greg Mail
Greg Mail playing a Pura Cup match for New South Wales
Greg Mail playing a Pura Cup match for New South Wales
Greg Mail - Portrait August 2002