Name: Aaron Redmond
Date of birth: 23/09/1979
International Team: N/A
Domestic Team: Otago
Bowling Style: Leg break
Batting Style: Right-hand
- Test debut v England at Lord's, May 2008.
- ODI v Pakistan at Johannesburg, October 2009.
- Born in Australia, Redmond began his career as a leg spinner before transforming himself into a batsman.
- Initially struggled to adapt to Test cricket with a determined 83 against Australia in what is to date his last Test showing potential.
International Career Overview
|Career Span:||2008-2013||Innings Bowled:||5|
|Highest Score:||83||Best bowling in Innings:||2/47|
|Career Span:||2009-2010||Innings Bowled:||0|
|Highest Score:||52||Best bowling in Innings:||N/A|
Full International Career History
|Dec 2 2013||West Indies||University Oval||1||20|
|Nov 28 2008||Australia||Adelaide||1||83|
|Nov 20 2008||Australia||Brisbane||1||3|
|Oct 25 2008||Bangladesh||Mirpur||1||2|
|Oct 17 2008||Bangladesh||Chittagong||1||19|
|Jun 5 2008||England||Trent Bridge, Nottingham||1||1|
|May 23 2008||England||Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester||1||28|
|May 15 2008||England||Lord's||1||0|
|Dec 2 2013||West Indies||University Oval||2||0/18|
|Nov 28 2008||Australia||Adelaide||1||2/47|
|Oct 25 2008||Bangladesh||Mirpur||1||0/3|
|Oct 17 2008||Bangladesh||Chittagong||2||1/8|
|May 23 2008||England||Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester||1||0/4|
|Oct 14 2010||Bangladesh||Mirpur||1||16|
|Nov 9 2009||Pakistan||Abu Dhabi||1||21|
|Nov 6 2009||Pakistan||Abu Dhabi||1||6|
|Nov 3 2009||Pakistan||Abu Dhabi||1||52|
|Oct 5 2009||Australia||Centurion Park||1||26|
|Oct 3 2009||Pakistan||Johannesburg||1||31|
|Mar 19 2009||England Lions||Pukekura Park, New Plymouth||1||17|
|Mar 16 2009||England Lions||1||17|
|Mar 13 2009||England Lions||1||21|
Today's Fixtures & Results
S Africa 417-8 DecIn-PlayW Indies 16-0
West Indies trail South Africa by 401 runs with 10 wickets remaining
New Zealand 441CloseSri Lanka 138 & 293-5
Sri Lanka trail New Zealand by 10 runs with 5 wickets remaining
Australia 530CloseIndia 462-8
India trail Australia by 68 runs with 2 wickets remaining
Heat 164-8ResultStars 163-7
Brisbane Heat win by 1 run
Related Aaron Redmond News
Redmond stars in Adelaide
Aaron Redmond's 83 helped New Zealand reach 262-6 after choosing to bat first in the second Test against Australia.
Tigers tamed by Vettori
Night-watchman Daniel Vettori struck a measured 76 as New Zealand beat Bangladesh by three wickets in Chittagong.
Redmond warms up with ton
Aaron Redmond made the most of his side's pre-Test warm-up clash with Northamptonshire by firing an opening day 121.