- Australia National Cricket Team 2004 - present
Dan Cullen is a right handed batsman and right arm offbreak bowler who plays for Australia. He has also played for South Australia and Somerset.
Cullen debuted in Test cricket on 16th April 2006 at Chittagong against Bangladesh. In the 1st innings, he bowled 7 overs, none of which were maidens, gave away 25 runs and took the wicket of Mashrafe Mortaza who was caught by Gilchrist. In the 2nd innings, he bowled 7 overs, none of which were maidens, conceded 29 runs without taking any wicket. This match was won by Australia by an innings and 80 runs. Cullen played his first One day International on 23rd April 2006 at Chittagong against Bangladesh. In this match, he bowled 10 overs, out of which 2 were maidens, conceded 36 runs without taking any wicket. He took the catch of Mohammad Ashraful off the bowling of Bracken. He did not get an opportunity to bat.
Cullen has participated in 5 One day Internationals, in which he has bowled 213 deliveries and has conceded 147 runs while taking 2 wickets. His bowling average has been 73.50 and economy rate 4.14. He has scored just 2 runs in these matches. He has played in a single Test match, in which he has bowled 84 deliveries and has conceded 54 runs while taking 1 wicket. His bowling average has been 54 and economy rate 3.85.