Brad Hodge


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin

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Hodge has 51 first-class centuries and over 17,000 runs.


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin







One of Australia’s greatest domestic products, Brad Hodge has adapted and thrived to every form of the game.

With more than 17,000 first-class runs at an average just shy of 50, Hodge was famous for his almost effortless stroke play and relative ease in accumulating runs.

With a high score of 203* in Tests against South Africa, Hodge had three-year span in the national team.

Now exclusively focusing on T20 cricket, Hodge has returned to his hometown of Melbourne to add some additional power to the Renegades’ strong batting line-up

Hodge blazes as 'Gades fall short

The chase was out of the Renegades’ reach, but veteran Brad Hodge provided some late highlights of a blazing 30no from just 18 deliveries

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Enjoy some early King of the Six contenders

From evergreen stars like Shane Watson and Brad Hodge to a man wanting to stake his claim as a 'Bash Brother', enjoy these massive blows

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Hodge wastes no time in Renegades return

Brad Hodge smashed his second ball for six then put another one over the ropes in a ruthless late cameo of 21no against the Hurricanes in Hobart

‘The biggest regret I’ve had in cricket’

Ahead of the third Test between Australia and India, Victorian batsman discusses the build-up to a Boxing Day Test


Hodge has sympathy for Maxwell

The former Australia batter can relate to Glenn Maxwell after he was dropped from the Test squad for the tour of UAE

Hodge honoured for monster maximum

Retiring Renegades batsman honoured by Etihad Stadium, prompting a humorous reaction from his skipper Aaron Finch