St George Cricket Club

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Not to be confused with St George's Cricket Club.
St George Cricket Club
Captain: Australia
Coach: Australia
Home ground: Hurstville Oval
Capacity: 5,000

St George Cricket Club is a cricket club based in the St. George area that competes in Sydney Grade Cricket. The club's home ground is Hurstville Oval. Many famous Australian Test cricketers have represented the club.

Test players[edit]

  • Sir Donald Bradman - Australian Test captain from 1936–37 to 1948, widely regarded as the greatest batsman in history. One of the ten inaugural inductees of the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame
  • Alan Fairfax -Played in 10 Tests from 1929 to 1931
  • Bill O'Reilly - Australian Test cricketer, widely regarded as one of the greatest leg spinners in history. One of the ten inaugural inductees of the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame
  • Ray Lindwall - Australian Test cricketer, widely regarded as one of the greatest fast bowlers in history. One of the ten inaugural inductees of the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame and member of Bradman's 1948 Invincibles
  • Arthur Morris - Australian Test cricketer, widely regarded as one of the greatest openers in history. Inductee of the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame and member of Bradman's 1948 Invincibles
  • Bill Watson- Opening batsman who played in four Tests in 1955.
  • Norm O'Neill - Test batsman 1958–59 until 1964–65.
  • Brian Booth - Test batsman 1960–61 until 1965–66. Captained Australia in two Tests.
  • Kerry "Skull" O'Keeffe- Leg spinner and now a commentator for ABC Radio. O'Keeffe played 24 Tests and 2 ODIs between 1971 and 1977.
  • Murray Bennett -Played in three Tests and eight ODIs from 1984 to 1985. Slow left-arm orthodox spinner.
  • Stuart MacGill-Right-arm leg spin bowler of the Australian cricket team, with a domestic career at Western Australia, New South Wales, Nottinghamshire, Devon and Somerset. He has been credited with having the best strike rate of any modern leg-spin bowler, but he did not have a regular place in the Australian Test team due to the dominance of Shane Warne in the position of sole spinner.
  • Trent Copeland - Test medium pace bowler, debuted for Australia in 2011 on victorious tour of Sri Lanka

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