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Alex Doolan

Batter

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Does Not Bowl

Batter

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Does Not Bowl

AGE
32
HEIGHT
183CM
BORN

Launceston

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

TAS

TAS
LOCAL CLUB

SHSB

Bio

The son of the former Tasmania wicketkeeper and opener Bruce Doolan, Alex is a stylish right-handed batsman who made his Test debut in South Africa in 2014.

It wasn’t the Tasmanian’s first match against the Proteas, with Doolan’s unbeaten 161 for Australia A against them at the SCG in 2012 putting him front and centre of the national selection panel.

He finished that summer with 715 runs in the Sheffield Shield, which came on the back of tallies of 642, 554 and 415 in his first three full seasons for the Tigers. He started the 2013-14 season with a brilliant innings of 132 as Tasmania chased down 295 against a NSW side that included nine Australian representatives.

Following Australia’s Ashes whitewash, Doolan replaced state teammate George Bailey in the squad for the tour of South Africa, where he scored 89 in the first Test in Centurion. 

 

Doolan delivers maiden BBL half-century

Hobart Hurricanes opener Alex Doolan almost led his team to victory with a determined 70 not out from 55 balls against the Adelaide Strikers


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That's disgraceful cricket: Ponting fumes at 'Canes

Australia great Ricky Ponting was not impressed after a mix up between Cameron Boyce and Alex Doolan gave Alex Carey a reprieve at Adelaide Oval


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Doolan dominates Vics with double century

Alex Doolan has hammered a career-best 247 not out to give Tasmania a massive lead in their JLT Sheffield Shield clash against Victoria


Doolan, Redmayne take top Tas awards

Alex Doolan claims the Ricky Ponting medal, while a move interstate pays off for Georgia Redmayne


Shield combatants set to renew hostilities

Defending champions Victoria looking to continue their undefeated run against rival NSW with Dukes balls to be used for the first time


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Tigers complete comprehensive victory

Tasmania completed an impressive nine-wicket win over Western Australia in Perth