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Chris Tremain

Team flagAUS32 yrs
batting styleright-arm fast-medium Bowler
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Chris Tremain Recent Form

Batting

NOR vs SUS, First class22 (19) *
NOR vs SUS, First class0 (16) *
NSW vs QLD, First class13 (9)
NSW vs VIC, First class7 (13) *
NSW vs WACA, First class5 (9)
NSW vs TAS, First class0 (5)
NSW vs TAS, First class0 (1) *
NSW vs TAS, First class0 (1) *
NSW vs TAS, First class0 (1)
NSW vs WACA, First class7 (25)
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Bowling

NOR vs MDX, First class0-88
NOR vs SUS, First class1-88
NSW vs QLD, First class6-20
NSW vs QLD, First class3-43
NSW vs SACA, First class2-55
NSW vs SACA, First class2-30
NSW vs VIC, First class1-60
NSW vs WACA, First class0-42
NSW vs WACA, First class2-28
NSW vs TAS, First class6-31
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Chris Tremain Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ODI4323002362.1623.0021----
BBL4916800037177.6513.3363----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ODI4476.3836.433/640034.29----
BBL4949418.1433.593/272024.76----

Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
vs South Africa at New Wanderers Stadium, Oct 02, 2016

Teams played for

Australia New South Wales Sydney Thunder Cricket Australia Invitational XI Victoria Melbourne Renegades Australia A Cricket Australia XI

About Chris Tremain

NameChris Tremain
GenderMale
Birth10 Aug 1991
Birth PlaceDubbo, New South Wales, Australia
Height6 ft 3 in
NationalityAustralian

A tall explosive right-arm pacer, Chris Tremain is a professional cricketer for Australia who was first capped by New South Wales long back in February 2012 and got limited opportunities for his home state in the first few seasons of his career. After moving to Victoria in 2014, he scalped 16 wickets in his debut season with Victoria and ended up as the leading wicket-taker with 36 wickets the following season.... continue reading

Player Bio

A tall explosive right-arm pacer, Chris Tremain is a professional cricketer for Australia who was first capped by New South Wales long back in February 2012 and got limited opportunities for his home state in the first few seasons of his career. After moving to Victoria in 2014, he scalped 16 wickets in his debut season with Victoria and ended up as the leading wicket-taker with 36 wickets the following season.

Despite leaving Sydney in 2014, Tremain continued to play for Sydney Thunders in the Big Bash League (BBL) before moving to Melbourne Renegades in 2015. On the back of some impressive performances in the domestic circuit, Tremain earned a callup to the national side for the limited-overs series against South Africa. He made his ODI debut on October 2nd, 2016 in Johannesburg but went for 78 runs in his 10 overs quota.

A product of Yeoval, Tremain returned back to New South Wales after his move back to Sydney Thunder prior to the start of the ninth edition of BBL. At 30 years of age, the Dubbo-born pacer would be looking to bounce back in the upcoming BBL after featuring in just 3 games last season.

(As of October 2021)