Brad Hodge


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin

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Hodge has 51 first-class centuries and over 17,000 runs.


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin







One of Australia’s greatest domestic products, Brad Hodge has adapted and thrived to every form of the game.

With more than 17,000 first-class runs at an average just shy of 50, Hodge was famous for his almost effortless stroke play and relative ease in accumulating runs.

With a high score of 203* in Tests against South Africa, Hodge had three-year span in the national team.

Now exclusively focusing on T20 cricket, Hodge has returned to his hometown of Melbourne to add some additional power to the Renegades’ strong batting line-up

Hodge eager for return to Melbourne Renegades

T20 specialist Brad Hodge will return to the club where it all began for him in the KFC BBL, signing on with Melbourne Renegades for BBL|07


Integrity unit to review tactics chat

Cricket Australia 'disappointed' after statistical information passed from commentary box to fielding captain during BBL broadcast

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Hodge signs off with super knock for Strikers

In what is likely to be his last innings for the Adelaide Strikers, veteran batsman Brad Hodge contributed 39 from 32 balls in an impressive display

Hodge apologises to Kohli, Indian cricket

Australian says he meant no offence with his comments regarding the Indian skipper's shoulder injury

Hodge hopes injury keeps Kohli at bay

Gujarat Lions head coach ponders IPL impact of shoulder injury that kept India captain out of deciding Border-Gavaskar Test

Hodge reveals 'upsetting' Adelaide exit

Veteran batsman details his side of the split with Adelaide Strikers and expresses desire to play on in BBL|07