Tim Paine

Tim Paine

Player Details

Name: Tim Paine

Date of birth: 08/12/1984

International Team: N/A

Domestic Team: Pune Warriors

Role: Wicket Keeper

Bowling Style: Unknown

Batting Style: Right-hand

- ODI debut v Scotland on 28 August 2009 at Edinburgh.
- Signed by Tasmania on a rookie contract at the age of 16, Paine captained the Australia Under-19 team to the 2004 World Cup in Bangladesh.
- Took advantage of Brad Haddin's injury to play in Australia's 6-1 ODI series win in England in 2009, with Paine opening the batting.
- Continued to shine as Australia won the Champions Trophy in South Africa, but lost his place in the side when Haddin returned.
May 2010

International Career Overview

TEST MATCH OVERVIEW

Batting Bowling
Career Span: 2010-2010 Innings Bowled: 0
Matches: 4 Overs: 0
Innings: 8 Runs Conceded: 0
Not Outs: 0 Average: 0
Runs: 287 Economy Rate: 0
Highest Score: 92 Best bowling in Innings: N/A
Average: 35.88
50s: 2
100s: 0
Ducks: 0
Caught Out: 6
Stumped Out: 1

ODI MATCH OVERVIEW

Batting Bowling
Career Span: 2009-2011 Innings Bowled: 0
Matches: 26 Overs: 0
Innings: 26 Runs Conceded: 0
Not Outs: 1 Average: 0
Runs: 737 Economy Rate: 0
Highest Score: 111 Best bowling in Innings: N/A
Average: 29.48
50s: 5
100s: 1
Ducks: 1
Caught Out: 15
Stumped Out: 0

Full International Career History

TEST MATCH (BATTING)

Date Opponent Venue Innings Score
Oct 9 2010 India Bangalore 1 59
2 23
Oct 1 2010 India Punjab Cricket Assocn. Stadium, Mohali 1 92
2 9
Jul 21 2010 Pakistan Headingley Carnegie 1 17
2 33
Jul 13 2010 Pakistan Lord's 1 7
2 47

ODI MATCH (BATTING)

Date Opponent Venue Innings Score
Apr 13 2011 Bangladesh Dhaka 1 7
Feb 6 2011 England Perth 1 5
Oct 20 2010 India 1 9
Jul 3 2010 England Lord's 1 54
Jun 30 2010 England 1 8
Jun 27 2010 England Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester 1 44
Jun 24 2010 England 1 16
Jun 22 2010 England Rose Bowl, Southampton 1 26
Jun 17 2010 Ireland Dublin 1 81
Feb 14 2010 West Indies Brisbane 1 24
Feb 12 2010 West Indies Sydney 1 16
Oct 28 2009 India Nagpur 1 8
Oct 25 2009 India Vadodara 1 50
Oct 5 2009 New Zealand Centurion Park 1 1
Oct 2 2009 England Centurion Park 1 4
Sep 30 2009 Pakistan Centurion Park 1 29
Sep 28 2009 India Centurion Park 1 56
Sep 26 2009 West Indies Johannesburg 1 33
Sep 20 2009 England The Riverside, Chester-le-Street 1 4
Sep 17 2009 England Trent Bridge, Nottingham 1 111
Sep 15 2009 England Trent Bridge, Nottingham 1 16
Sep 12 2009 England Lord's 1 51
Sep 9 2009 England Rose Bowl, Southampton 1 29
Sep 6 2009 England Lord's 1 26
Sep 4 2009 England The Brit Oval 1 0
Aug 28 2009 Scotland Edinburgh 1 29*