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Jake Lehmann

Batter

Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Left Arm Orthodox

Batter

Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Left Arm Orthodox

AGE
25
HEIGHT
181cmCM
BORN

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

SA

SA
LOCAL CLUB

East Torrens

Bio

The left-handed stroke-maker made his first-class debut for South Australia against Victoria in 2015.

Lehmann didn't take long to have an impact on Australian cricket by making a glorious double hundred against Tasmania, in a partnership with Callum Ferguson worth 378 runs.

He was the hero of South Australia again, this time in the BBL, Lehmann hit Simon Milenko for a six off the last ball to claim a famous victory for the Adelaide Strikers against Hobart in BBL|05.

Lehmann then followed in his father's footsteps by signing with Yorkshire in the County Championship where he added another first-class century to his name. 

Also handy with the ball, Lehmann claimed the important wicket of Shane Watson in the Strikers' big win over Sydney Thunder in BBL|06. 

Lehmann adds 93 to go with first-innings century

The son of coach Darren Lehmann continued his surprise push for an Ashes berth with a second innings knock of 93 after his first-innings ton. Bolter?


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Day one highlights: VIC v SA

A blazing Jake Lehmann ton the highlight on day one at the MCG after the young rising star partnered with captain Travis Head to stabilise SA's innings following an early collapse.


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Lehmann carves out sensational ton

Young Redbacks batsman Jake Lehmann has stabilised SA's innings after an early collapse with an outstanding century at the MCG


New spin helps Boof Jnr emerge

Whether or not a Test debut materialises this summer, Jake Lehmann is beginning to emerge from his father's shadow


Test talk off the table for Lehmanns

Redbacks batsman says discussions with father and national coach Darren have steered away from Ashes selection


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Shield wrap: How the Test hopefuls fared

Take a look at how Australia's Ashes hopefuls fared in round two of the Sheffield Shield