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Josh Lalor

Bowler

Bowls Left Arm Fast-Med

Bowler

Bowls Left Arm Fast-Med

AGE
28
HEIGHT
178CM
BORN

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

NSW

NSW
LOCAL CLUB

Penrith

Bio

Josh Lalor is one of only a handful of Indigenous cricketers to have represented NSW in First Class cricket.
 

The 28-year-old left arm seamer made his First Class debut in 2011 against Western Australia before taking his maiden five wicket haul just a few games later against Tasmania in a match that was dominated by the bat. 

So far in his career Lalor has played nine Shield matches and six One Day matches for this State. 

Unfortunately he was unable to add to that total last summer after suffering a side strain in the lead up to the Round Six Sheffield Shield match against Western Australia in Christchurch. 

Lalor is also involved in the administration of the game having spent the last two seasons on the Sydney Cricket Association’s Committee of Management. 

Lalor snags two poles with searing yorkers

Brisbane Heat quick Josh Lalor picked up a couple of late wickets against the Melbourne Stars in what turned out to be a big upset win at the MCG


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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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Lalor's cool hands over the boundary line

Sydney Thunder's Josh Lalor catches out Cameron White over the rope, much to the batsman's bemusement and protests


Indigenous role models make a world of difference

It is difficult to oversell the impact of having highly visible Indigenous role models involved in the game at the highest level


Lalor adds new angle to Heat attack

Brisbane outfit sign former Thunder bowler for left-arm variety


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Lalor catch has many caught short by Laws

Big Bash boundary line catch shows Australian players unaware of October 2013 update to Laws of Cricket