|Full name||Wesley Michael Robinson|
26 December 1980 |
Duncraig, Western Australia, Australia
|Batting style||Light-Hand batsman|
|Bowling style||Light-Arm medium|
|Domestic team information|
Source: Cricinfo, 7 January 2012
Wesley Michael Robinson (born 26 December 1980) is an Australian first-class cricketer who previously played for the Western Warriors. He is a top order batsman who bats left-handed and is an occasional left-arm medium bowler.
Robinson only made his first class debut for Western Australia at the age of 28. His best performance with the bat to date has been 141 against South Australia, as well as a valuable pair of 78 and 46 against the Queensland Bulls side to help the Warriors to achieve an outright victory at The Gabba. Wes also notched up his second ODD half-century, with a 78 against the Queensland Bulls at the WACA. Robinson made 143 representing Cricket Australia's Chairman's XI against an Indian XI in December 2011. Robinson was not offered a new WA contract at the end of 2011/2 season and moved to Victoria, playing for VCA club Footscray-Edgewater in the 2012/3 season.
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