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Clive Rose

Bowler

Bowls Left Arm Orthodox

Bowler

Bowls Left Arm Orthodox

AGE
28
HEIGHT
CM
BORN

Dandenong

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

TAS

TAS
LOCAL CLUB

Kingborough

Bio

Junior Club: Cavaliers of Oakleigh

Nickname: Rosey

Favourite Movie/TV Show: Remember the Titans / Game of Thrones

Favourite Music artist: J Cole

Favourite Food: Burritos

Favourite phone app: Spotify / Instagram

Favourite non-cricket sport: NHL

Favourite sports team: Colorado Avalanche

Favourite café/restaurant: Zambrero

Favourite hobbies: Gaming- PlayStation: Call of Duty

Worst habit: Disorganised

Cricket hero: Daniel Vettori

Non-cricket hero: Muhammad Ali

Best cricket memory: Sheffield Shield debut for Tasmania against NSW

Worst cricket memory: Dropping a catch on a hat trick ball, batter went on to make 300.

First job: Indoor cricket umpire

Three words to describe you: Easy-Going, Friendly, Competitive

Funniest teammate: Riley Meredith

Smartest teammate: George Bailey

Last thing you Googled: Are Staffies allowed to eat Mangoes?

Top of your bucket list: Travel through Europe

Watch all 10 Victoria wickets against Tasmania

Tom Rogers and Clive Rose pick up four wickets each while Jackson Bird also impressed as Tasmania secured victory over Victoria in Townsville


3:56 Hot-Scorchers-take-the-cane-to-Hobart-still

Hot Scorchers take the cane to Hobart

Perennial contenders the Perth Scorchers secured a home semi-final with a thumping seven-wicket victory over Hobart Hurricanes away from home


0:40 Tail-ender-hits-his-first-ever-BBL-six--over-cover-still

Tail ender hits his first ever BBL six - over cover!

Hobart Hurricanes tail-ender Clive Rose hits his first-ever six in the BBL, hammering Australia paceman Pat Cummins over cover for a maximum


Big Bash stars headline winter competition

BBL and WBBL stars head back to native states to play in national indoor cricket tournament


Damien Wright

Hurricanes re-sign Wright for BBL|06

The Hobart Hurricanes have re-signed coach Damien Wright for one year and handed two year deals to Clive Rose and Ben McDermott


Fekete dropped as Tigers wield axe

Tasmania have made a raft of changes to their Shield squad to play New South Wales