Cameron Boyce


Bowls Right Arm Leg-Spin

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Former Australian off-spinner Ashley Mallet said of Boyce in 2011-12 that he was the best leg-spin bowler he's seen in first-class cricket since Shane Warne.


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Charleville, QLD






North Hobart


Described as "the best leggie I've seen in first-class cricket since Shane Warne" by former Test spinner Ashley Mallett, Cameron Boyce has often been restricted by the seaming conditions at his home ground, the Gabba.

Having celebrated his second first-class appearance with six wickets in the 2009-10 Shield final, becoming the youngest player to take a five-wicket haul in a Shield decider, Boyce was used sparingly in the following seasons on wickets that favoured fast bowlers. 

He got more opportunities playing for Adelaide Strikers and then Hobart Hurricanes in the Big Bash League, which earned him a call-up to Australia’s T20 squad to play Pakistan in the UAE in 2014.

He also impressed during Australia A’s winter series against India A and South Africa A in the same year.

Boyce made the move to Tasmania for the 2016-17 summer after being starved of opportunities at Queensland.

He made just one Sheffield Shield appearance in 2015-16, with emerging leg-spinner Mitchell Swepson the preferred option.

Boyce has played seven Twenty20 internationals for Australia and narrowly missed selection in the squad which competed in the ICC WT20 tournament in India in 2016.

He has represented the Hobart Hurricanes for the past three seasons in the BBL.


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Chris Lynn was at his brutal best for Toombul, with Ben Cutting and Cameron Boyce also in the thick of it as the Queensland Premier T20s kicked ahead of March's inaugural National Premier T20 Championships

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Best of BBL|07: Cameron Boyce

New Melbourne Renegades recruit Cameron Boyce claimed six wickets in 10 matches for the Hobart Hurricanes during BBL|07

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That's disgraceful cricket: Ponting fumes at 'Canes

Australia great Ricky Ponting was not impressed after a mix up between Cameron Boyce and Alex Doolan gave Alex Carey a reprieve at Adelaide Oval

Boyce eyes history as another World Cup heads down under

Leg-spinner could become first man to play for Australia in indoor and outdoor cricket, setting sights on October's Indoor World Cup to be hosted in Melbourne


Heroes to zeroes: Boyce reflects on a Gades-crash

Veteran leggie insists there is no finger pointing as the Melbourne club wonder where it has all gone wrong in their BBL|09 campaign to date

Blazing Boyce sums up Renegades’ season

Spinner’s match-winning cameo with the bat secures finals spot for Renegades, who have used 19 different players this season