Brad Hogg

Brad Hogg

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George Bradley Hogg (born 6 February 1971 in Narrogin, Western Australia), known as Brad Hogg, is a retired Australian cricketer. He was primarily a left arm wrist spinner bowler, and he was a capable lower-order left-handed batsman and an excellent fielder. He was often called "George" by his team mates, especially Adam Gilchrist.

His international career was revitalised after Shane Warne's absence from cricket in 2003 due to suspension from a drugs test and subsequent retirement from one-day cricket. He is Australia's sixth most successful One Day International bowler and second best spinner in terms of wickets taken. He was a member of Australia's victorious 2003 and 2007 Cricket World Cup teams and is one of only 15 players to have won the Cup more than once. He retired from International cricket on 4 March 2008 after the 2007-08 Commonwealth Bank Series.

He is now a television and radio commentator, public speaker, Development Coach for Western Warriors, and clinic coach.

Early life and career

Hogg grew up on a sheep farm in Williams, Western Australia and is a former pupil of Aquinas College, Perth. Later, he completed a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Accounting & Marketing at Curtin University. Hogg made his first-class cricket and domestic limited overs debut for Western Australia in February...
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