Campbell is the ‘old’ player of T20

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Tuesday, March 8th, 2016 | 0

Ryan Campbell

Twenty cricketer Ryan Campbell in Hong Kong owned by a different record. At the opening match of the 2016 T20 world cup, former Australian batsman, made his debut as the oldest cricketer in T20 history. When he was his debut in the short formats format of cricket, he was 44 years and 30 days old.

Ryan Campbell retired from the Australia’s domestic cricket in 2012. The same year he joined the Hong Kong Cricket League. He played two international one-day matches with Australia. He is also the Hong Kong team’s batting coach!

After Australian domestic cricket he appointed as the Kuolana Cricket Club head coach at 2012. Latter he also played for the same teams. Last season he scored 160 in five matches with two fifties.

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