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Trent Copeland

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NameTrent Copeland
BornMarch 14, 1986
Gosford, New South Wales
Age33 years 244 days
TeamsAustralia, New South Wales, Cricket Australia Chairmans XI, Sydney Thunder, Northamptonshire, Sydney Sixers, Australia A
Nickname
Bat StyleRight Handed Bat
Bowl StyleRight-arm fast-medium
Batting Statistics
Batting Statistics for Trent Copeland. Profile Updated On 14 Thursday November 2019 032959000000
TestODIT20IIPL
Mat3
Inn4
Runs39
Avg13
SR50.65
HS23
NO1
100s
50s
4s7
6s
Bowling Statistics
Bowling Statistics for Trent Copeland. Profile Updated On 14 Thursday November 2019 032959000000
TestODIT20IIPL
Mth3
Inn6
Balls648
Runs227
Wkt6
BBI24 / 2- / -- / -- / -
BBM87 / 3- / -- / -- / -
Eco2.1
Avg37.83
5W
10W
Profile
Profile for Trent Copeland. Profile Updated On 14 Thursday November 2019 032959000000
Standing tall at six feet and four inches, with a string high arm action and the ability to extract awkward bounce off the turf, Trent Copeland was a promise in the Glenn McGrath mould of Aussie pacers, before he fell off the selectors’ radar. Having begun his career as a wicket keeping batsman for St. George club, he made a switch to quick bowling at the age of 19 making his story all the more intriguing.

He had a dream first class debut for NSW in the 2009-10 season, claiming 8 for 92 in his very first innings, the second best bowling figures by a debutant. He eventually finished with 35 victims in just five matches. His 45 wickets in the 2010-11 season, earning him a second spot on the list was enough for him to be drafted into the Test squad touring Sri Lanka in 2011.

He made his debut in the first Test at Galle and played a crucial role in Australia’s series win. But with the comeback of Mitchell Johnson and the rise of the young star, Mitchell Starc, Copeland faded away from the national scene. He remains an integral part of the NSW shield campaign though.
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