Austin White – An All Round Good Bat

Austin White is an Australian all round good batsman. He is best known for his bowling and also plays some cricket for the country side in the Caribbean. He is now playing for Adelaide Strikers of Australia in the Australian first division cricket.

Austin White (nicknamed Austin) Ciaz (born 14 January 1959), is an all round good Australian batsman. Austin was a right handed batsman who played left-arm medium and fast-medium bowling.

As a youngster, Austin played for South Adelaide, in the VFL, and was an understudy to Brad Hodge. After retirement he went to university at the University of Western Australia. He has played for Australia’s Test team, as well as playing for the South African national cricket team.

Austin White was an Australian Test player, but did not make his debut until he was 24 years old, playing only four Tests. He had some excellent performances in the one-day series against West Indies and was included in the Cricket World Cup squad.

Austin White’s first Test was against England at the Oval, and he made a hundred, but the game was abandoned because of bad weather. His next Test was at Christchurch against New Zealand at the Basin Reserve. He was part of the Australian side that toured West Indies and did not perform well in either Test. He was not part of the touring squad again. He was selected for the South Africa tour, but unfortunately injured his knee during the second Test in Cape Town.

White has represented Australia in both the United States and the Caribbean as well as being part of the Test team. He was part of the team that played against Sri Lanka at Perth, and made some impressive contributions. He has also played for various county teams, including Derbyshire and Northamptonshire, as well as playing for New Zealand.

Austin White’s career in the Australian Test team is one of consistency, although his numbers have dropped off slightly over the last few years. He was part of the touring squad that won the 2020-06 One-Day International tournament in Sri Lanka. He scored seventy-five in the tournament and was one of the most potent batsmen on the tour. He was part of the squad that won the 2020-08 World Cup in West Indies. but didn’t play as well as he had earlier in the tournament.

White is also a valuable member of the Adelaide Strikers’ team. He has a very good batting average and is one of the leading wicket takers in the team. He is one of the leading wicket takers in the one-dayers as well.

So what does Austin White’s record say about his ability? Well, it says he is a good batsman, but he’s not the outstanding performer that many fans want him to be.