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Cameron Bancroft

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Bats Right Hand.
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AGE
24
HEIGHT
182CM
BORN

Perth

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

WA

WA
LOCAL CLUB

Willetton Dragons

Bio

A right-handed wicketkeeper-batsman and former Australia Under-19 representative, Cameron Bancroft first played for Western Australia in one-day cricket in 2011.

A first-class debut followed in 2013-14, when he played 11 matches as an opening batsman as the Warriors made it all the way to the Sheffield Shield final.

He began the following season in fine style with a one-day century against the touring United Arab Emirates side.

Bancroft has been touted as a contender for Test selection after hammering over 700 runs in each of the two past Sheffield Shield seasons, including a best of 211 against New South Wales.

Bancroft made his T20I debut in 2016 but didn't face a ball.

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DEBUT
2016
CAP NO
79
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Brilliant Bancroft bites Blues with century

Western Australia opener Cameron Bancroft posted his second hundred of the Sheffield Shield season on day one of their clash against NSW at the WACA


2:12 Brilliant-Bancroft-continues-WA-dominance-still

Brilliant Bancroft continues WA dominance

WA batsman Cameron Bancroft continued the Warriors' dominance over Tasmania, scoring 84 in his side's Sheffield Shield clash in Hobart


1:20 Bancroft-boosts-Warriors-at-Blundstone-still

Bancroft boosts Warriors at Blundstone

WA opener Cameron Bancroft thrived against the Dukes ball at Blundstone Arena, ending day one unbeaten on 58 against Tasmania


Bancroft fires in County Championship

The Western Australia batter showed his class with an unbeaten double century


Aussies dominant in England T20 comp

Finch, Marsh, Handscomb, Bancroft all star on opening day of county T20 tournament


Huge names in Australia A squads

Usman Khawaja, Glenn Maxwell and Travis Head lead a host of big names included in the Australia A squads to tour South Africa