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|Born||December 17, 1998|
| ||Adelaide, South Australia|
|Age||20 years 363 days|
|Teams||Australia, National Performance Squad, Cricket Australia XI, Australia U19, Queensland|
|Bat Style||Right Handed Bat|
|Bowl Style||Right-arm fast-medium|
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Profile for Xavier Bartlett. Profile Updated On 15 Sunday December 2019 160325000000
19-year-old represented Australia in the last edition of the Under19 World Cup where he played a pivotal role for the team in the pace bowling department of a young Australian team. Known for his pace and due to a strong physique, Bartlett earned a Rookie contract with Queensland in 2017-18 and he has represented the Queensland Under23s on number of occasions since then. Xavier made his List A debut playing for the National Performance Squad against India A. It would have been a good experience for the young pacer against the likes of talented Indian batsmen in the form of Shreyas Iyer, Manish Pandey, Sanju Samson and Hardik Pandya in his List-A debut match.
However, due to lack of consistency, Xavier Bartlett hasn't been able to breakthrough into the Queensland Bulls' side. Playing for Cricket Australia XI in the Matador One-Day Cup in 2016, the speedster bagged the important wicket of veteran Michael Klinger but his team lost the match as Western Australia chased down a stiff target of 150-odd in the 14th over. The young bowler has played for the Queensland Under19 and Under 23 teams but it'll be interesting to see when and how he gets the opportunity to play for the Bulls across different formats. He's yet to make his first-class debut and for that to happen, Bartlett will have to work really hard on his fitness and skills.