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Cameron White

Team flagAUS40 yrs
batting styleright handed Batter
Career & Stats

Cameron White Recent Form


PR vs KSA, 16 (12)
PR vs DG, 43 (26) *
PR vs DD, 10 (11)
PR vs NSS, 1 (3)
PR vs RK, 11 (4) *
AUSL vs INDL, T2030 (18) *
AUSL vs BANL, T201 (3)
AUSL vs SLL, T2030 (22)
ADS vs SYS, BBL18 (18)
ADS vs SYT, BBL5 (8)


AUS vs ENG, T20I0-14
SRH vs RCB, IPL1-14
SRH vs PW, IPL0-2
MLS vs MLR, BBL0-11
MLS vs SYS, BBL1-24
MLS vs HBH, BBL1-12
AUS vs PAK, T20I0-12
DC vs KKR, IPL0-8
DC vs MI, IPL0-19
AUS vs BAN, ODI0-6

Cameron White Carrer Stats


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Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
Australia vs ICC World XI at Melbourne (Docklands) - October 05, 2005
T20I Debut
Australia vs England at Sydney - January 09, 2007
Test Debut
Australia vs India at Bengaluru - October 09 - 13, 2008
IPL Debut
vs Kolkata Knight Riders at M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Apr 18, 2008

Teams played for

Australia Adelaide Strikers Australia A Deccan Chargers Melbourne Renegades Melbourne Stars Northamptonshire Northamptonshire 2nd XI Royal Challengers Bangalore Somerset Sunrisers Hyderabad Victoria

About Cameron White

NameCameron White
Birth18 Aug 1983
Birth PlaceBairnsdale, Victoria, Australia
Height6 ft 2 in

Born in Victoria, Cameron White is a former Australia captain, who played four Tests, 91 ODIs, and 47 T20Is. ... continue reading

Player Bio

Born in Victoria, Cameron White is a former Australia captain, who played four Tests, 91 ODIs, and 47 T20Is. 

White made his First-Class debut in the 2000/01 domestic season of Australia. Few years later, he became the youngest captain in the club’s history at the age of 20. 

The right-handed batter finally forayed into the international circuit in 2005 in an ODI fixture against ICC World XI. 

In his maiden T20I match against England in January 2007, White slammed 40*, took a single wicket, and plucked two catches, earning him a Player of the Match award. However, the Victoria batter could not be named in the squad for the 2007 edition of the T20 World Cup. 

 Looking at his talent, Royal Challengers Bangalore snapped him for the inaugural edition of IPL in 2008. Later in the same year, he made his Test debut against India.

White’s maiden hundred and career-best score of 105 in the ODIs came against England in September 2009. 

The 2011 edition of the 50-over World Cup witnessed him contributing 70 runs in six innings. 

After the retirement of Ricky Ponting in the same year, the middle-order batter was given an opportunity to lead the team in both formats. He tasted success in three out of seven assignments. 

In the following year, White was dropped from the national team following a slump in form in the Big Bash League. 

White last played an ODI fixture in 2014, while making his last appearance in the shortest format in 2018. He finished his career with 3202 runs, laced with two hundreds. 

As of September 2022