Brad Haddin

Brad Haddin
Full Name: Bradley James Haddin
Birth date: October 23 1977
Age: 46 years
Hometown: Cowra
City: Cowra
Birth Country: Australia
Batting Style: Right Hand Bat
Team :
TournamentTeams
Indian Premier League Kolkata Knight Riders
Big Bash League Sydney Sixers
PSL Islamabad United
Road Safety World Series Australia Legends
Legends League Cricket World Giants

Brad Haddin Last 10 Innings

RunsOppMatch DateScore
1 India Legends2022-09-28 DT20
- England Legends2022-09-27 DT20
- West Indies Legends2022-09-25 DT20
58 Bangladesh Legends2022-09-18 DT20
37 Asia Lions2022-01-29 DT20
4 Asia Lions2022-01-26 DT20
21 India Maharajas2022-01-22 DT20
10 Sri Lanka Legends2020-03-08 DT20
0 Karachi Kings2017-03-01 DT20
20 Karachi Kings2017-02-26 DT20

Statistictics by year


Batting Stats

 MatInnsOutNORunsHSAveBPSR200s100s50s4s6sCtSt
TEST 661129913 3266 169 32.99558758.46 0 4 18 363 54 2618
ODI 1231149816 3109 110 31.72369584.14 0 2 16 294 71 17010
IT20 3429236 402 47 17.48351114.53 0 0 0 30 13 176

Bowling Stats

 MatInnsOversMORunsWktsAveEcoSRExt4wkts5wkts10wktsBBIBBM
TEST 660000 0 ---00000/00/0
ODI 1230000 0 ---00000/00/0
IT20 340000 0 ---00000/00/0

Awards

Haddin Showed an impressive performance in the opening test series in West Indies when he played with broken finger. He is important product of national side and was indispensible. That factor took him into all the formats of cricket. Productive run maker and slowly improving glove work and become the best keeper second to Gilchrist in the team. His patience is so appreciated because he got a place in team after 7 long years after gaining the place in the international status during 2001. He was put into team to replace Gilchrist position in the team but his debut was with an injury in his left finger. But he played the remaining test matches but the infection in his hands developed so he was removed for the ODI squad and went home The career with 151 catches and runs average of 30.20 with a confident batting performance in the team. His performance came into lime light when he passed 50 in his career. He narrowly missed out his hundred at WACA with struggling tail of the match. He is impressive behind the stumps and has to carry the same performance throughout his career.

Last Series Played

Road Safety World Series 2022
Legends League Cricket 2022
Road Safety World Series 2021
PSL 2017
Big Bash League 2016-2017 - BBL 6 - KFC BBL T20
Team Squad
Michael Neser Marnus Labuschagne
Mitchell Marsh Matt Renshaw
Scott Boland Travis Head
Josh Hazlewood Alex Carey
Pat Cummins Steve Smith

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