Ed COWAN

Ed COWAN - Australia - Cricket Test Record for Australia.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 13 July 2013

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    • POSITION
      Left Hand Bat, Leg Breaks
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Wednesday, 16 June 1982
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Paddington, N.S.W., Australia.
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • Australia
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Ed COWAN - Australia - Cricket Test Record for Australia.

Ed Cowan is seen here in action with the bat for Australia during the 1st 'Ashes' Test Match of 2013.

The game at Trent Bridge, Nottingham was a very close affair with England only winning on the afternoon

of the fifth day by 14 runs. It will be best remembered for the World Record Test match 10th wicket stand

in Australia's first Inning of 163 between Phillip Hughes (81 n.o.) and teenage spin bowler Ashton Agar (98),

making his Test debut at number 11.

 

Date Test Venue Opp. 1st 2nd Ct Result
26/12/11 1 Melbourne Ind 68 8 3 won by 122 runs
03/01/12 2 Sydney Ind 16 dnb 3 won by an inns & 68 runs
13/01/12 3 Perth Ind 74 dnb 1 won by an inns & 37 runs
24/01/12 4 Adelaide Ind 30 10 1 won by 298 runs
07/04/12 1 Bridgetown WI 14 34 1 won by 3 wickets
15/04/12 2 Port-of-Spain WI 28 20 1 Match Drawn
23/04/12 3 Roseau WI 1 55 4 won by 75 runs
09/11/12 1 Brisbane SA 136 dnb 0 Match Drawn
22/11/12 2 Adelaide SA 10 29 2 Match Drawn
30/11/12 3 Perth SA 0 53 0 lost by 309 runs
14/12/12 1 Hobart SL 4 56 0 won by 137 runs
26/12/12 2 Melbourne SL 36 dnb 3 won by an inns & 201 runs
03/01/13 3 Sydney SL 4 36 0 won by 5 wickets
22/02/13 1 Chennai Ind 29 32 0 lost by 8 wickets
02/03/13 2 Hyderabad Ind 4 44 2 lost by an inns & 135 runs
14/03/13 3 Mohali Ind 86 8 2 lost by 6 wickets
22/03/13 4 Delhi Ind 38 24 0 lost by 6 wickets
10/07/13 1 Nottingham Eng 0 14 1 lost by 14 runs
 

Summary of all matches

M Runs HS Ave 100s 50s W BB Ave 5w Ct
18 1001 136 31.28 1 6 0 - - - 24


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