Chris Rogers (cricketer)

Chris Rogers (Cricketer)

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Christopher John Llewellyn Rogers (born 31 August 1977 in St George, Sydney) is an Australian cricketer.

Rogers is a left-handed opening batsman and a left-handed leg-break bowler. He is a former captain of Derbyshire and also spent ten years with Western Australia.

Despite a first-class average of nearly 50, he did not play for the Australia national cricket team until the age of 30, though he has appeared three times for Australia A. Rogers batting talent had led some to anoint him as the next Australian opener, replacing Justin Langer. He missed out on the spot to Phil Jaques, but played his only Test match in January 2008, replacing the injured Matthew Hayden, before having his central contract terminated in April. BBC News retrieved 9 April 2008

Domestic career

He made his first trip into England playing for Derbyshire, where despite suffering from a shoulder injury, played well. He moved to Leicestershire in the second half of the 2005 season, where he averaged over 70, and scored one double-century against the touring Australians.In 2006 he moved to Northamptonshire and immediately made his mark with fifty fours, two sixes, and a final score of 319 from 417 balls against Gloucestershire.

He returned to Derbyshire for the 2008 season, playing as their overseas player when Mahela Jayawardene declared himself...
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