Did Jordan Silk play for australia?

Did Jordan Silk play for australia?

Silk was a substitute fielder for Australia on 16th December, 2012 against Sri Lanka at Hobart. He is originally from Sydney but moved to Tasmania in 2012. His full name is Jordan Christopher Silk. Silk won the Bradman Young Cricketer of the year in 2014.

Who does Jordan Silk play for?

Sydney SixersBatsman
Tasmania cricket teamBatsman
Jordan Silk/Current teams

Did Silk retire?

Siddle appeared to be taken by surprise with the decision to retire Silk and ran towards the umpire waving his finger, but quickly calmed down when they explained the situation. The 37-year-old said on the Fox Cricket broadcast after the match it was “just part of the game”.

Where is Jordan silk from?

Penrith, AustraliaJordan Silk / Place of birthPenrith is a city in New South Wales, Australia, located in Greater Western Sydney, 55 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district on the banks of the Nepean River, on the outskirts of the Cumberland Plain. Its elevation is 32 metres. Wikipedia

How old is Hayden Kerr?

25 years (July 10, 1996)Hayden Kerr / Age

Does Sean Abbott still play cricket?

Abbott, who has played two ODIs and seven T20I for Australia, with the last of those being in December 2020, has only played the Sydney Sixers’ two home games in BBL|11 so he could remain by Brier’s side for the birth of their daughter Ella last Monday.

Is Jordan Silk injured?

Silk was one of three Sixers players injured on Wednesday; Henriques and spinner Steve O’Keefe both hurt their calves. Going into the match, the defending champions were already without Daniel Hughes (ankle), Josh Philippe (Covid), and brothers Jack and Mickey Edwards (Covid).

What number is Jordan Silk?

Jordan Silk

Personal information
2012/13–present Tasmania (squad no. 21)
2013/14–present Sydney Sixers (squad no. 14)
Career statistics

Where is Hayden Kerr from?

Bowral, AustraliaHayden Kerr / Place of birth

Where did Hayden Kerr go to school?

the University of Sydney
Hayden is a recent Masters of Physiotherapy graduate from the University of Sydney. With an undergraduate in Health Sciences, his degree has moulded a holistic and multifaceted approach to therapy, with skills varying from community health to high performance sport and rehabilitation.