Brad Hogg


Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Left Arm Orthodox

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Brad Hogg was born George Bradley Hogg


Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Left Arm Orthodox







Brad Hogg has been around the cricketing circles for more than 20 years and has always been in the discussion of the Australian team selection. 

First selected for a Test in 1996, Hogg waited seven years until his next chance but continued to apply his trade in the domestic ranks. 

His outwards poking tongue became his trademark as he spun his way into the new generation of Twenty20 cricket. Retiring from ODI and Tests in 2008, he focused solely on Twenty20 cricket, a surprise inclusion for the World T20 in 2014 at age 43. 

Arguably the Perth Scorchers best bowler, Hogg will play his fourth BBL after missing only one game from the past 30.

Hogg signs off with costly dropped catch

In his last match at the WACA, 'Gades veteran Brad Hogg was left to rue a dropped catch in the outfield from eventual Perth Scorchers match-winner Ashton Turner

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Hogg removes Cartwright with crafty wrong 'un

Evergreen Melbourne Renegades spinner Brad Hogg deceived Perth Scorchers Hilton Cartwright at The Furnace, with a neat piece of glovework from Tim Ludeman completing the job

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No prizes for guessing annoying Renegade!

We sat down with Melbourne Renegades players and asked them who their most annoying teammate is and it's fair to say the answers were unanimous

Turner 'capable of captaining Australia'

Brad Hogg praises former Scorchers teammate after WA allrounder's match-winning innings at the WACA

Renegades duo 'need to bring ear muffs'

Veterans warned to expect hostile reception in crucial BBL clash at WACA 'Furnace'

Hogg let off, Lynn guilty of BBL breach

Lynn and Nicole Bolton accept sanctions from Cricket Australia, Renegades spinner found not guilty after hearing