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James Faulkner

Allrounder

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Left Arm Med-Fast

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Holds the record for the fastest century by an Australian batsman in a one-day international, with his 116 from 57 balls against India in Bangalore in 2013.

Allrounder

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Left Arm Med-Fast

AGE
29
HEIGHT
186CM
BORN

Launceston

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

TAS

TAS
LOCAL CLUB

University

Bio

Having taken six wickets on Test debut in 2013, James Faulkner's stocks continued to rise with some memorable ODI performances in 2013-14.

First came his incredible rear-guard innings of 64 from just 29 balls against India that propelled Australia to an unlikely victory in Mohali.

He plundered his maiden international century just two weeks later, an innings of 116 from 73 balls in a losing cause in Bangalore.

Then there were his last-over heroics against England at the Gabba, where he hit three consecutive boundaries off the bowling of Tim Bresnan to secure victory with three balls to spare.

With all the skills and a fiery attitude to match, Faulkner is arguably one of the most exciting prospects in Australian cricket.

'The Finisher' recalls epic Big Bash chase

The Hurricanes look back on the night Hobart pulled off an epic chase at Perth Stadium, as James Faulkner struck 16 runs in three balls to seal a dramatic final-over victory


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Flying Faulkner falls just short of a BBL hat-trick

Hobart Hurricanes allrounder James Faulkner removed Nic Maddinson and Nick Larkin with consecutive deliveries before Peter Handscomb pushed the hat-trick ball just out of reach of the point fielder


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The Finisher gets it done for Hurricanes

With 16 required from the final over the Hurricanes needed someone to step up and James Faulkner did exactly that as he finished the game with three lofty blows


Unfinished business: Faulkner at peace with his limitations

Worn down by over a decade of elite cricket, the hero of Australia's 2015 World Cup final win has taken on a simple motivational mantra


Fan’s choice: Choose your favourite flashback

As the KFC BBL season draws closer, it’s time to revisit some of the most memorable players and performances from seasons past. Vote on your favourite, or the one which sparks your curiosity the most.


CA, Faulkner clarify Instagram post

Allrounder releases statement after Instagram post sparked incorrect reports he is in a same-sex relationship


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