Name: Brad Hodge
Date of birth: 29/12/1974
International Team: N/A
Domestic Team: Kochi Tuskers Kerala
Bowling Style: Off break
Batting Style: Right-hand
- Test debut v West Indies at Hobart - November 2005.
- ODI debut v New Zealand at Auckland - December 2005.
- Right-handed batsman also known for his athletic fielding.
- Scored his maiden Test century against South Africa in Perth in December 2005, and finished on 203 not out.
- Scored 106 from 54 deliveries for Victoria in January 2006, becoming the first player to score a century in Australian domestic Twenty20.
- Struggled early on in the 2007 VB series before finding his feet to hit 97 against New Zealand and earn a place in Australia's World Cup winning squad.
- Remained on the fringe of the Australian squad despite averaging 55 in the six Tests when he was called upon.
- Just missed out on selection for the original squad for the 2009 Ashes, strengthening his reputation as the 'nearly man' of Australian cricket.
- In the early stages of the 09/10 season, Hodge retired from four-day first class cricket, sighting a lack of drive. Hodge remained a key component in the Victoria's limited overs line-ups.
International Career Overview
|Career Span:||2005-2008||Innings Bowled:||1|
|Highest Score:||203||Best bowling in Innings:||0/8|
|Career Span:||2005-2007||Innings Bowled:||3|
|Highest Score:||123||Best bowling in Innings:||1/17|
Full International Career History
|May 22 2008||West Indies||Jamaica||1||67|
|Jan 2 2006||South Africa||Sydney||1||6|
|Dec 26 2005||South Africa||Melbourne Cricket Ground||1||7|
|Dec 16 2005||South Africa||Perth||1||41|
|Nov 25 2005||West Indies||Adelaide||1||18|
|Nov 17 2005||West Indies||Bellerive Oval, Hobart||1||60|
|Dec 16 2005||South Africa||Perth||2||0/8|
|Oct 17 2007||India||Gymkhana Ground, Mumbai||1||16|
|Oct 14 2007||India||Nagpur||1||20|
|Oct 8 2007||India||Punjab C.A. Stadium, Chandigarh||1||17|
|Oct 5 2007||India||Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium, Hyderabad||1||3|
|Oct 2 2007||India||1||3|
|Sep 29 2007||India||Bangalore||1||0|
|Mar 18 2007||Holland||St Kitts||1||123|
|Mar 14 2007||Scotland||St Kitts||1||29|
|Feb 20 2007||New Zealand||Hamilton||1||12|
|Feb 18 2007||New Zealand||Eden Park, Auckland||1||97*|
|Feb 17 2007||New Zealand||Auckland||1||97*|
|Feb 16 2007||New Zealand||Westpac Stadium, Wellington||1||22|
|Feb 11 2007||England||Sydney||1||49|
|Feb 9 2007||England||Melbourne||1||5|
|Feb 4 2007||New Zealand||Melbourne||1||99*|
|Feb 2 2007||England||Sydney||1||1|
|Jan 19 2007||England||Brisbane||1||0|
|Jan 29 2006||Sri Lanka||Perth||1||2|
|Jan 26 2006||Sri Lanka||Adelaide||1||5|
|Dec 10 2005||New Zealand||Jade Stadium, Christchurch||1||59|
|Dec 7 2005||New Zealand||Westpac Stadium, Wellington||1||0|
|Dec 3 2005||New Zealand||Eden Park, Auckland||1||13|
|Jan 26 2006||Sri Lanka||Adelaide||1||0/16|
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