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Brad Haddin

Wicketkeeper

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Does Not Bowl

Did you know?

Brad once swallowed five flies in an innings.

Wicketkeeper

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Does Not Bowl

AGE
41
HEIGHT
177CM
BORN

Cowra, NSW

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

NSW

NSW
LOCAL CLUB

Northern Districts

Bio

Replacing Adam Gilchrist was never going to be an easy task for Brad Haddin, but the Canberra product has served his country with aplomb for almost 15 years.

Having compiled an impressive international resume, Haddin’s career was at a crossroads in 2012 when personal issues saw him step down from Australia’s tour of the West Indies.

But the veteran returned to international cricket with a bang in 2013, marking his elevation to the vice-captaincy with a record-breaking performance in Australia’s Ashes whitewash.

Haddin passed 50 six times in eight innings against England and also completed 22 catches in a near flawless display behind the stumps.

Along with Darren Lehmann and Michael Clarke, Haddin has also been credited with the regeneration of the Australian team’s culture that led them back to the world No.1 ranking.


Pride over practice against England: Haddin

Aussie fielding coach Brad Haddin addressed the media on a range of matters ahead of the World Cup warm-up match with England on Saturday


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Haddin's perfect response to Kohli's welcome

Brad Haddin got a warm welcome to the crease at the SCG in early 2015, so responded in classic Brad Haddin fashion


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Paine at the top of his 'keeping game: Haddin

Fielding coach Brad Haddin believes Tim Paine's glovework is better than it has ever been, and reviews the Aussie fielding effort in South Africa so far


Ice-cool Carey impresses Haddin

Young wicketkeeper earns praise from fielding coach Brad Haddin after Australia’s victory over Afghanistan


Haddin, Hughes deny 'arrogant' tag

Former players Brad Haddin and Merv Hughes share their views on Australian cricket following publication of the culture review


Aussies' plans to find next fielding phenoms

Veteran 'keeper turned national fielding coach Brad Haddin believes attitude is the key to restoring Australian standards in the field


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