Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Medium
A top-order batsman and medium pacer from Perth, Marcus Stonis moved to Victoria in 2012 having failed to nail down a place with Western Australia.
After struggling to break into Victoria’s side in his first season, Stonis’s move paid dividends in 2013-14 when he scored an impressive 170 against Tasmania in a Sheffield Shield match at the MCG to earn a call-up for Australia A’s winter series in 2014.
He scored 58 in a 50-over match against India A in Darwin and took two wickets in two first-class matches against South Africa A in Townsville, underlying his all-round ability.
Stoinis hammered 659 runs, including two centuries, in the Sheffield Shield in 2015-16 and also provides a handy option with the ball.
He has also secured an IPL spot, representing Kings XI Punjab, and made 120 for Australia A against South Africa A in 2016.
Stoinis made his mark on Australia's ODI team with a breath-taking 146-not-out from 117 balls to nearly snatch victory against New Zealand.
He has made the move back to Western Australia for the 2017-18 domestic season.
T20 Intl Stats
Marcus Stoinis had feared a shoulder injury would rule him out of the Champions Trophy but has recovered to take his place in the squad but is no guarantee to keep his spot in the XI