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Sam Whiteman

Wicketkeeper

Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Does Not Bowl

Wicketkeeper

Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Does Not Bowl

AGE
24
HEIGHT
183CM
BORN

Yorkshire, UK

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

WA

WA
LOCAL CLUB

Rockingham-Mandurah

Bio

English born but proud to call Australia home, Sam Whiteman made his debut for Western Australia in 2012 and quickly became a regular member of the Warriors side.

Regarded as one of the best wicketkeepers in the country, the left-hander has already drawn comparisons to Adam Gilchrist after a golden 2013-14 that included Big Bash League success with Perth Scorchers.

He also impressed in Sheffield Shield, coming sixth on the run-scorer’s list with 687 at 45.80 to go with 45 dismissals and was named in the Team of the Year.

His maiden fast-class hundred came as part of a record 371-run stand with state teammate Mitchell Marsh for Australia A against India A in 2014, with Whiteman finishing on 174. 

Originally from Bunbury, Whiteman posted his maiden century for WA against Queensland in March, 2015.

Debutant Truloff run-out in bizarre fashion

Western Australia couldn't believe their luck after Queensland batsman Sam Truloff was caught short in strange circumstances in his maiden Sheffield Shield innings


4:46 Whiteman-puts-name-forward-with-a-century-still

Whiteman puts name forward with a century

WA wicketkeeper-batsman Sam Whiteman backs up his half-century in the first innings with a hundred in the second against Tasmania in Perth


1:13 Daniel-Hughes-Wicket-still

Whiteman stumps Hughes... eventually!

A fumble, a drop, but WA 'keeper Sam Whiteman still had time to knock off the bails to send NSW opener Daniel Blues on his way at the SCG


Established stars run rule over next gen

Who are the up-and-comers knocking on the door for Test selection? Some well-known names give their assessment of some Baggy Green aspirants


Sam-Whiteman-Catches-still

Whiteman endorsed as future Test 'keeper

Baggy Green veteran Haddin says Australia A gloveman has the traits for a long career at international level


Chris Lynn

Lynn given nod to skipper Australia A

The Big Bash destroyer handed reins for one-day quadrangular series in North Queensland