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|Born||August 10, 1991|
| ||Dubbo, New South Wales|
|Age||28 years 332 days|
|Teams||Australia, New South Wales, Sydney Thunder, Cricket Australia Invitational XI, Victoria, Melbourne Renegades, Australia A, Cricket Australia XI|
|Bat Style||Right Handed Bat|
|Bowl Style||Right-arm fast-medium|
Batting Statistics for Chris Tremain. Profile Updated On 07 Tuesday July 2020 234644000000
Bowling Statistics for Chris Tremain. Profile Updated On 07 Tuesday July 2020 234644000000
|BBI||-||64 / 3||-||-|
|BBM||-||64 / 3||-||-|
Profile for Chris Tremain. Profile Updated On 07 Tuesday July 2020 234644000000
10-0-78-1, figures like these in your debut game are dreadful and Tremain had to through this ordeal in his ODI debut against South Africa. It was the second ODI of an away bilateral series and by the end of it, Australia were blanked in all the five games. Tremain played four of those games and picked up 7 wickets at an economy rate of 6.38. A chance at the top level after that has not yet happened.
Born in Dubbo, New South Wales, Tremain standing at 193 cms made his first-class debut for NSW in 2012. But after limited chances, Chris decided to move to Victoria for the 2014-15 season in search of more opportunities. His debut season saw him picking up 16 wickets in 7 games and 36 wickets in 9 games in the season after that. 2016-17 also was brilliant for Chris as he nudged out 42 wickets in 10 games to lead Victoria's attack. Such consistent performances forced the selectors to hand him an ODI cap.
Despite leaving NSW, the lanky pacer was picked up Sydney Thunder in the initial editions of the BBL. But he moved to the Renegades for BBL 05 and played all the 8 games for them and picked up 6 wickets. BBl 06 saw him being a non-regular starter as he struggled find his form. He only played five games and got a couple of wickets. The Renegades though have retained him for BBL 07.
By Kumar Abhisekh Das