Evan Gulbis


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Medium


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Medium









A powerful batsman when he moved to Tasmania from Victoria, Evan Gulbis has turned himself into an allrounder thanks to vast improvement in his bowling.

While he has battled inconsistency for both the Tigers and Hobart Hurricanes, Gulbis has put in several match-winning performances.

He picked up five wickets for the match in the 2012-13 Sheffield Shield final, while he scored an unbeaten 57 and took 4-36 in a one-day match against Western Australia in 2012.

The highlight of his career came in the final Shield match of the 2013-14 season, when he made the highest score by a number 8 batsman in competition history, an innings of 229 from 293 balls against South Australia that included 28 fours and three sixes.

He then took 4-7 with the ball as Tasmania won the match by an innings and 316 runs.

Gulbis was named the Ricky Ponting Medallist in April 2014 after a stellar 2013-14 summer.

Gulbis returned to Victoria for the 2016-17 campaign after being delisted by the Tigers. He secured a spot in the Bushrangers' Matador Cup squad as a replacement for the injured Ian Holland.

Gulbis hammers half-century against Proteas

Allrounder Evan Gulbis smashed a whirlwind 53 from 28 balls, including two sixes, for a Victorian XI against the touring South African team at the MCG

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Half-century from Gulbis in vain

Evan Gulbis made a quick-fire 62 off 49 balls to help Tasmania post a modest second-innings total of 177 against a rampant NSW Blues in Hobart.

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Tigers leapfrog Redbacks into top three

A century to Tim Paine and four wickets to Evan Gulbis have helped Tasmania to a comfortable win over South Australia in Blacktown (restrictions apply)

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Tigers cut ex-Ponting medallist Gulbis

Allrounder cut loose by Tasmania, alongside Triffitt, Rose and Willis

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