Cameron White


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Leg-Spin

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In 2003 season at age 20, White became the youngest captain of Victoria in the state's 152-year history.


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Leg-Spin








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Having made his first-class debut as a teenager and taking on the captaincy at the tender age of 20, Cameron White quickly established himself as a player to watch.

A powerful batsman and leg-spin bowler, White made his international debut in 2005 but was in and out of the side for several years before he made his Test debut in India in 2008.

 Sachin Tendulkar was his first Test wicket, but he failed to perform consistently and was dropped after the four-match series.

After enjoying success with Victoria, White finally established himself in Australia’s ODI squad as a batsman with a century against England in 2009 before he played a crucial innings in the 2009 Champions Trophy final, which Australia won.

Having enjoyed his time up the order, White also found himself at home when he was dropped back to No.5, scoring 105 from 88 balls against Pakistan in early 2010.

White then took over the captaincy of Australia’s Twenty20 side following the T20 retirements of Ricky Ponting and Michael Clarke, and he also led the side in one ODI in 2011.

 But after a horror summer with the bat in 2011-12, White lost the T20 captaincy to George Bailey and was dropped from both the ODI and 20-over teams.

 Along with his time at Victoria, White has also shown his immense ability in English county cricket with Northamptonshire and Somerset and he has earned several big-money contracts in the Indian Premier League.

Highlights of White's crucial cameo

Fresh from his match-saving innings in Alice Springs, Victoria batsman Cameron White hit 11 boundaries and two sixes in a crucial cameo in the Sheffield Shield final in Glenelg.

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Weatherald's athletic work to no avail

South Australia opener Jake Weatherald caught Victoria batsman Cameron White at fine-leg but with his momentum taking him towards the rope, he threw the ball back in, only to watch it roll trickle over for a boundary.

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White denies Blues at Red Centre

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