Cullen Bailey

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Cullen Bailey
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Personal information
Full name Cullen Benjamin Bailey
Born (1985-02-26) 26 February 1985 (age 32)
Bedford Park, South Australia, Australia
Nickname Rev
Height 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)
Batting style Right-handed
Bowling style Legbreak googly
Role Bowler
Domestic team information
Years Team
2004/05–2012/13 South Australia
First-class debut 10 March 2005 South Australia v Tasmania
Last First-class 25 November 2011 South Australia v Queensland
List A debut 25 January 2006 South Australia v Western Australia
Last List A 14 February 2013 South Australia v New South Wales
Career statistics
Competition First-class List A Twenty20
Matches 31 11 6
Runs scored 812 55 1
Batting average 21.36 27.50 1.00
100s/50s 0/3 0/0 0/0
Top score 91 19* 1
Balls bowled 6241 426 90
Wickets 79 12 3
Bowling average 49.46 35.50 47.33
5 wickets in innings 2 0 0
10 wickets in match 0
Best bowling 5/90 3/33 1/28
Catches/stumpings 16/0 2/0 0/0
Source: CricketArchive, 5 November 2011

Cullen Benjamin Bailey (born 26 February 1985 in Bedford Park, Adelaide) is a former Australian First Class cricketer. He is a leg-spin bowler, who represented South Australia in the Ryobi Cup and Sheffield Shield, the Australian domestic cricket competitions.

He played for Glenelg in the Adelaide Grade Cricket competition, having previously captained Sturt where he won a premiership in his last year at the club in 2009/10. In 2012/13, he captained Glenelg to their first premiership in 39 years. Along with former South Australian spinner Dan Cullen, Bailey attended Westminster School in Adelaide where he was coached by Kim Harris, former assistant coach of South Australia. Bailey had been coached by Terry Jenner, the man who advised Shane Warne, and was thought to be a prospect to be the leg-spinner to follow the likes of Warne and Stuart MacGill into the Australian cricket team. He was given a national contract but did not represent Australia. "Cullen Bailey", Accessed 6 February 2010</ref>