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Chris Green

Bowler

Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin

Bowler

Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin

AGE
26
HEIGHT
190CM
BORN

Durban

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
LOCAL CLUB

Manly

Bio

This is the first time that Chris Green has held a NSW Blues Rookie contract. 

The off-spinner and middle order batsman, who hails from Sydney’s North Shore, made his Limited Overs debut for the Blues during the 2014/15 Matador BBQs One Day Cup when both Nathan Lyon and Stephen O’Keefe were on duty with the Test team. 

He was again selected in the initial Blues squad for the 2015/16 tournament, but was later omitted when the Australian players became available following the postponed Test tour to Bangladesh. 

Green has also played the last two seasons with the Sydney Thunder where he was a regular member of the team that went on to win BBL|05. 

Green was born in South Africa and excelled in both cricket and tennis as a junior. He attended Knox Grammar School on Sydney’s North Shore. 


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