Aaron Redmond

Aaron Redmond

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Aaron James Redmond (born 23 September 1979 in Perth, Western Australia) is a New Zealand international cricketer. He was a member of the Otago cricket team, competing in the State Championship, State Shield and State Twenty20 competitions in 2006. Redmond is a right-handed batsman who debuted for Canterbury in the 1999/2000 season, playing first-class and list A matches for them. His father is Rodney Redmond, an international cricketer who scored 107 and 56 on debut for New Zealand in 1972/1973 against Pakistan at Christchurch.

Domestic career

Redmond originally joined Canterbury a legspiner in 1999, but was forced to become a top-order batsman upon his move to Otago . He has had a solid, if not spectacular, first class career of 68 first class matches at 31.01 with five centuries, and his part time spin bowling has earned him over 80 wickets. In List-A cricket he averages 23.68 after over 60 matches, with two centuries. In Twenty20 cricket, he averages 14.55 and has a high score of 59 from 13 matches, having played his debut Twenty20 match on 13 January 2006 for Otago against his former team, Canterbury.

International career

After a successful domestic career, he was called up to the full international squad for their tour of England in 2008, where he made his mark with a career best 146 against the England Lions, beating his previous best of 135.......
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