Callum Ferguson

Callum Ferguson

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Callum James Ferguson (born 21 November 1984 in North Adelaide, South Australia) is an Australian cricketer who currently plays Australian Domestic cricket for South Australia.

He represented Australia at Under 19 level and debuted for the Australia one-day side in 2009. He made his first half century for Australia on 13 February 2009.

Early life

Ferguson attended Blackfriars Priory School in Prospect, South Australia before moving to Marryatville High School in Year 9.

He went on to complete his schooling there.

Cricketing career

First-class cricket

Ferguson made his first-class debut on 16 October 2004 against Victoria at his home ground, Adelaide Oval.

He had a very strong debut season, top scoring for South Australia with 733 runs at 38.57.

Ferguson scored his maiden first-class century with an innings of 103 against New South Wales at the Sydney Cricket Ground on 4 December 2004.

His ton came in the second innings after a disastrous yet memorable first innings for South Australia in which they were dismantled for a record low total of 29, mainly due to a devastating spell of 7/4 from Australian representative Nathan Bracken.

Ferguson's second season also saw him produce solid results, as he scored 503 runs at an average of 36. After a weak 2006-07 season, Ferguson was dropped, however has recently regained his place in the South Australian line up.

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