He was also the most consistent player of the team. His educational qualification is Mba in sports. I have played the best cricket I can in Test, four-day, one-day, and T20, but for some reason it has not been good enough. This earned him a recall for some games against South Africa in the VB Series, although he failed to capitalise and was dropped from the ODI side. He has a son named Jesse and a daughter named Sophie with his wife Megan.

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He scored 123 off just 89 balls, including 7 sixes and 8 fours and shared a record 4th-wicket partnership of 204 with Michael Clarke, the highest 4th wicket stand in World Cup history.[23][24]. Brad Hodge was born on 29-12-1974 in Sandringham, Victoria, Australia.

He attended St. Bede's College in Mentone, Victoria.

Hodge in return opened the batting with good friend Warren Stewert, and blasted 58, including 3 sixes off 39 balls, before club stalwarts Adam McLaughlin and Luke Peterson got the required runs off the final over. Family Life He was born in Sandringham, Victoria. During his time at Leicestershire, he was accused of cheating by then-Derbyshire captain, Dominic Cork, by claiming a catch when it appeared that he had stepped over the boundary rope in a Twenty20 match in June 2003. In January 2012, he retired from one-day cricket to focus exclusively on the Twenty20 game.

See the analysis by days count and bar graph. This criticism came after Australia did not bowl out South Africa in the 4th innings (despite having 120 overs to do so), with the match ending in a draw.

[14], Hodge captained the Adelaide Strikers in the 2016–17 Big Bash League and while the team struggled, he was a model of consistency and named in the team of the tournament at the age of 42.[15]. Dr. Hodge graduated from the Mcgovern Medical School At The Univ of Texas Health Science Ctr At Houston in 1991. Family. Hodge scored his maiden Test century for Australia against South Africa in Perth on 19 December 2005. He is a right-handed batsman who bats in the middle order, as well as a part-time right-arm off-spin bowler.

On 22 May, in what proved to be his final test, he made 67 and 27 with the bat. I guess, like anyone in the world, once you've done something for so long, it's hard to let go"[3].

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He is currently 45 years old. [4] However, his opportunities to represent Australia were limited to six Tests and 25 one-day internationals (ODIs).[5]. Bundoora Park made 6/142, with Hodge taking 1/17 off 4 overs. He works in SHERMAN, TX and 2 other locations and specializes in Family Medicine. [10] Cork was sanctioned by the ECB. Let scroll the below table. The nickname is Dodgeball, Bunkie, Glovelick. Email us at [email protected], Mujeeb Zadran (Cricketer) Height, Weight, Age, Girlfriend, Biography & More, Matthew Wade Height, Weight, Age, Family, Wife, Affairs, Biography & More, Evin Lewis Height, Weight, Age, Girlfriend, Biography & More, Kamrul Islam Height, Weight, Age, Family, Wife, Affairs, Biography & More, Mosaddek Hossain Height, Weight, Age, Family, Biography & More, Tamim Iqbal Height, Weight, Age, Affairs, Wife, Biography & More, Soumya Sarkar Height, Weight, Age, Family, Affairs, Biography & More, Asad Shafiq Height, Weight, Age, Wife, Biography & More, Victoria, Lancashire, Leicestershire, Durham, Kolkata Knight Riders, Kochi Tuskers Kerala, Melbourne Renegades, Peshawar Zalmi, Rajasthan Royals, Melbourne Stars, Adelaide Strikers, Sylhet Super Stars, Barisal Burners, Haileybury College, Sandringham East, Quetta Gladiators. In 2014, Hodge played for Australia in the 2014 ICC World Twenty20 competition.[26]. Only 1 months, 25 days, 11 hours, 41 minutes has left for his next birthday. Hodge remained at the club for hours afterwards answering questions, which typifies him as a great cricketer on and off the field. Once more details are available on who he is dating, we will update this section.

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But, in the fourth edition of the IPL, he was signed by the Kochi Tuskers Kerala. On 18 February 2007, Brad Hodge scored 97 not out off 86 balls as he helped Australia to 4/336 off their 50 overs. His bowling also proved useful. Brad Hodge made 99 not out off 86 balls to steer Australia to victory against New Zealand on 4 February 2007, when he was called into the team because Andrew Symonds had pulled out with a torn bicep. He said in an interview: "I think it's just time to step aside and let some other guys come through; I'm obviously delighted to have played this long.