Ed Cowan

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Edward James McKenzie "Ed" Cowan (born 16 June 1982) is a cricketer who has played for the British Universities, New South Wales and Oxford UCCE teams. He is a left handed batsman who debuted in 2005 for the NSW Blues side. Edward earned his place in the State side after four seasons with Sydney University. During this time Cowan averaged above 50 runs per game. A highlight of his career was his maiden first class century, scored against the touring Zimbabwe Test side, whilst he was playing for Oxford University in England.

Edward attended Tudor House School in Moss Vale and Cranbrook School in Bellevue Hill where he played in the school 1st XI aged only 14, and scored 218 not out, and went on to the under-17 New South Wales championships. Whilst in Year 12 Edward was selected to play for the Australian under 19s side to tour Sri Lanka.

In 2009, Cowan joined the Tasmanian Tigers where a successful season saw him score 225 vs South Australia in his first game at home. This was followed on by two other centuries at Bellerive Oval and a successful Ford Ranger Cup premiership. Cowan was selected for Australia A in June 2010 to play Sri Lanka where he scored a fine hundred in a convincing series win.

Cowan is married to Australian television and radio presenter Virginia Lette.


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