|Full name||Trevor John Barsby|
16 January 1964 |
|Batting style||Right-handed batsman|
|Domestic team information|
Barsby was an aggressive batsman, usually opening and often with Matthew Hayden. He is one of a select group of players to have appeared in 100 Sheffield Shield games for Queensland. This milestone was reached in his last game, the 1996/97 Shield Final. Queensland won the game and their second Shield, Barsby had played a large part in their inaugural championship win two seasons prior with an innings of 151 in the final against South Australia.
Trevor has been recognised for his contribution to Queensland cricket with the Trevor Barsby Oval located at Deagon, Brisbane named in his honour.