Name: Graham Onions
Date of birth: 09/09/1982
International Team: N/A
Domestic Team: Durham
Bowling Style: Right arm medium fast
Batting Style: Right-hand
Onions is an old-fashioned seam bowler with a strong action that generates bounce and movement.
After impressive early-season form with Durham, he was handed his England chance against West Indies in 2009.
Bagged five wickets on Test debut and 10 in all in the two-match series as England crushed the men from the Caribbean.
That impressive start coupled with further success for Durham saw Onions named in England's Ashes squad in June 2009.
He played his part in that victorious series, taking two wickets in two balls at the start of day two of the Edgbaston Test.
On to South Africa and Onions became a cult hero for his heroics with the bat. Twice the man nicknamed 'Bunny' proved anything but as he repelled the Proteas' fierce pace attack to ensure England claimed draws in Centurion and Cape Town.
His career has been blighted by injury thereafter. A stress fracture in his back kept him out of action for over two years, however he appears back to his best.
A wicket-taking machine in county cricket, Onions will be hopeful of a call-up when Ashes cricket arrives at Durham for the first time in August.
International Career Overview
|Career Span:||2009-2010||Innings Bowled:||16|
|Highest Score:||17||Best bowling in Innings:||5/38|
|Career Span:||Innings Bowled:||6|
|Highest Score:||0||Best bowling in Innings:||2/58|
Full International Career History
|Jun 7 2012||West Indies||Edgbaston||1||DNB|
|Jan 3 2010||South Africa||Cape Town||1||4*|
|Dec 26 2009||South Africa||Durban||1||2*|
|Dec 16 2009||South Africa||Centurion Park||1||4*|
|Aug 7 2009||Australia||Headingley Carnegie||1||0|
|Jul 30 2009||Australia||Edgbaston||1||2*|
|Jul 16 2009||Australia||Lord's||1||17*|
|May 6 2009||West Indies||Lord's||1||0|
|Jun 7 2012||West Indies||Edgbaston||1||4/88|
|Jan 3 2010||South Africa||Cape Town||1||2/69|
|Dec 26 2009||South Africa||Durban||1||1/62|
|Dec 16 2009||South Africa||Centurion Park||1||3/86|
|Aug 7 2009||Australia||Headingley Carnegie||1||2/80|
|Jul 30 2009||Australia||Edgbaston||1||4/58|
|Jul 16 2009||Australia||Lord's||1||3/41|
|May 14 2009||West Indies||The Riverside, Chester-le-Street||1||1/52|
|May 6 2009||West Indies||Lord's||1||5/38|
|Oct 2 2009||Australia||Centurion Park||1||1|
|Mar 11 2007||Bangladesh A||Mirpur||1||8*|
|Oct 2 2009||Australia||Centurion Park||1||1/47|
|Sep 27 2009||South Africa||Centurion Park||1||0/52|
|Sep 25 2009||Sri Lanka||Johannesburg||1||2/58|
|Sep 20 2009||Australia||The Riverside, Chester-le-Street||1||1/28|
Today's Fixtures & Results
S AfricaRainPakistan 197-5ZimbabweIn-PlayIreland 54-1
NSW 394TeaTasmania 237 & 26-1
Tasmania trail New South Wales by 131 runs with 9 wickets remainingVictoria 534-6 DecLunchSouth Australia 175 & 43-0
South Australia trail Victoria by 316 runs with 10 wickets remainingQueensland 207-4LunchWestern Austral 417-7 Dec
Queensland trail Western Australia by 210 runs with 6 wickets remaining
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