Kurtis Patterson


Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin

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Became the youngest batsman to score a century in Sheffield Shield history when he smashed 157 in 2011 aged 18 years 206 days. 


Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin








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At 18 years and 206 days, Kurtis Patterson became the youngest batsman to score a century in Sheffield Shield history when he hammered 157 for the Blues against Western Australia in 2011.

Having hit his 16th boundary to reach the milestone, the left-hander smashed his last 55 runs off just 25 balls in a dramatic debut at the SCG.

A series of injuries meant that fans didn’t see much of Patterson over the next couple of summers. 

However, he has now entrenched himself in the Blues top order when the Test players are away and finished the 2015-16 season as the Blues leading Sheffield Shield run-scorer. 

Patterson scored 737 runs in nine matches at an average of 52.64. This included two centuries, the first of which helped NSW hang on for a draw against Western Australia in Perth. 

The second, just a couple of weeks later, was against Tasmania at Blundstone Arena with this triple figure score setting up an important win for the team. 

Day one highlights: NSW v Tasmania

A ton from Moises Henriques and half-centuries from Kurtis Patterson and Nick Larkin has put NSW in a strong position in the JLT Sheffield Shield fixture

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Poised Patterson impresses with important knock

Kurtis Patterson hit 89 as part of a crucial century stand for NSW on day one of their Sheffield Shield clash with South Australia

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Launceston's first BBL wicket a Bailey hanger

George Bailey gave his hometown ground a BBL christening with a one-handed screamer to remove the Thunder's Kurtis Patterson

Senior batsmen must step up: Patterson

With NSW in last place on the JLT Cup ladder, the Blues skipper has called for the seasoned bats to help reverse NSW's fortunes

Marsh form no surprise to Patterson

Kurtis Patterson was pleased to see the Australia A captain among the runs in Bengaluru

Inside Word: New Blues set elite standards

NSW coach Phil Jaques declares a lack of experience does not mean expectations will be lowered this summer