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Team flagAUS25 yrs
batting styleAll Rounder
#100 All Rounder in T20I
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Batting Recent Form

WACA vs TAS, First class15 (24)
AUS vs WI, T20I16 (16)
AUS vs WI, ODI2 (5)
AUS vs WI, ODI26 (36)
PRS vs ADS, BBL6 (8)
PRS vs SYS, BBL32 (24)
PRS vs BRH, BBL9 (10)
PRS vs BRH, BBL14 (16)
PRS vs SYT, BBL22 (22)
PRS vs ADS, BBL35 (27)
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Bowling Recent Form

WACA vs TAS, First class0-19
WACA vs TAS, First class0-23
AUS vs WI, T20I1-36
AUS vs WI, ODI1-27
PRS vs ADS, BBL2-24
PRS vs SYS, BBL2-32
PRS vs BRH, BBL1-22
PRS vs BRH, BBL0-2
PRS vs SYT, BBL0-16
PRS vs MLR, BBL0-11
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Batting Career Stats

TypeMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ODI4331002667.3910.3330----
T20I75690023113.1113.80101----
BBL544510550690134.7430.147344----
T20-Blast33290015138.109.6721----

Bowling Career Stats

TypeMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ODI4234.9429.672/620036.00----
T20I7649.2143.751/200028.50----
BBL5433248.2128.793/312021.04----
T20-Blast33112.4062.001/330030.00----

Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut South Africa v Australia Mangaung Oval, Bloemfontein, 9-9-2023
T20I Debut South Africa v Australia Kingsmead, Durban, South Africa, 30-8-2023
T20-Blast Debut
Surrey v Kent Kennington Oval, London, 1-7-2022

Teams played for

Western Australia XI Australia U19 Cricket Australia XI Perth Scorchers Western Australia

About Aaron Hardie

NameAaron Hardie
GenderMale
Birth7 Jan 1999
Birth PlaceBournemouth, Dorset
Height6 ft 3 in
NationalityAustralian

A young upcoming right-arm medium-pacer, Aaron Hardie is a professional cricketer for Western Australia. An aggressive lower-order batsman, Hardie was awarded a rookie contract for both Warriors and Scorchers squads for the first time in 2018-19. The 22-year old also skippered the U-19 side of Western Australia to a victory in National Championships in the 2017-18 domestic season.... continue reading

Player Bio

A young upcoming right-arm medium-pacer, Aaron Hardie is a professional cricketer for Western Australia. An aggressive lower-order batsman, Hardie was awarded a rookie contract for both Warriors and Scorchers squads for the first time in 2018-19. The 22-year old also skippered the U-19 side of Western Australia to a victory in National Championships in the 2017-18 domestic season.

After a string of impressive domestic performances, Hardie earned a callup to the U-19 Australian side and dazzled everyone with a majestic 85-run knock against Pakistan. Known for getting the big scalps of the opponent’s side, the youngster grabbed headlines when he struck the wicket of Joe Root during their tour match against a WA XI in 2017, and then sent Virat Kohli home during Cricket Australia XI’s clash against India in November 2018.

Hardie was signed by Perth Scorchers prior to the eighth edition of the Big Bash League (BBL) but appeared in just a handful of games in his debut season. After featuring in every game in the last edition, he has a mountain of potential and would be hoping to break into the Australian side in the upcoming years.

(As of November 2021)