Jordan Silk


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Does Not Bowl


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Does Not Bowl








North Hobart


It took just three first-class matches for Sydney-born opener Jordan Silk to go from unknown Tasmania batsman to being selected for Australia A.

Having peeled off 127 against Victoria in just his second Sheffield Shield outing, he backed it up a week later with a patient innings of 108 in the 2012-13 final as the Tigers secured the title.

He started the following season with another two hundreds and two half-centuries, before a foot injury halted his season.

Silk twice fielded for Australia’s Test side before he’s made his first-class debut; first as a 17-year-old against Pakistan at the SCG and again in 2012 against Sri Lanka in Hobart, when he took a catch off the bowling of Nathan Lyon.

Rated by Ricky Ponting as one of the best fielders in Australia, Silk’s name went viral in early 2014 when he took an incredible diving catch playing for Sydney Sixers in the Big Bash League, which was described by Sir Vivian Richards as “one of the best catches that I’ve ever seen”.

Silk on song during Tigers' Shield victory

Jordan Silk hit an unbeaten 77 during Tasmania's second innings to lead his state to a nine-wicket triumph over Western Australia

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Final over mayhem in the Sydney Smash

Josh Lalor had figures 4-6 from three overs when Sydney Thunder Mike Hussey thew him the ball for the 20th over. Jordan Silk and Stephen O'Keefe needed 23 runs. Cue one amazing finish

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Jordan Silk's stunning catch

Jordan Silk set BBL|03 alight with a stunning catch and he might have topped that effort with a sensational grab in the Sydney Smash at the SCG

Silk strikes double ton in England

Tasmania batsman in the runs in Sussex, while Ben Abbott put on a remarkable show of his own in Hertfordshire

Agar v Silk: Four of the best

Two young stars, four amazing catches - which is the pick of the bunch?

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