Will Pucovski


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Does Not Bowl


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Does Not Bowl


Malvern, Victoria





Victoria Metro captain Will Pucovski broke a 22-year record and eclipsed the likes of Ricky Ponting after he went on a run-scoring rampage at the Under-19 National Championships in Adelaide in 2016. The 18-year-old managed 69 off 87 balls to bring his tournament tally to 609 runs at 203.

Pucovski made his first-class debut after that where he made 28 against New South Wales in Melbourne.

He received a full contract with the Bushrangers for the 2016-17 domestic season.

Pucovski bolts into Test squad to play SL

Australia's selectors have wielded the axe for the Sri Lanka Test series and picked Victorian batsman Will Pucovski alongside recalled Queensland pair Matt Renshaw and Joe Burns

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Pucovski posts half-century on Shield return

Victoria batter Will Pucovski, in his first JLT Sheffield Shield match since returning from a mental health-related injury, struck an unbeaten 51 against Western Australia on day three

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Pucovski plunders Western Australia attack

The Victoria youngster showed tremendous determination as he scored a superb 243 for his state against Western Australia at the WACA Ground in Perth

Green in Baggy Green XI: Rookies who made it

With Will Pucovski a chance to debut, we reveal a great Australia side made up of players who debuted with fewer than 20 first-class matches to their name

Pucovski on song in Premier Cricket

Talented youngster hits unbeaten knock in Premier Cricket ahead of possible first Test match for Australia


Bat-off could decide Test batting spots

Plenty to play for at the tour match in Hobart for a quartet of batters eyeing a Test place