Aaron Finch

Team Melbourne Renegades Melbourne Renegades
Role Batsman
Born Nov 17, 1986
Nationality Australia Australia
Nickname Finchy
Team History
Kings XI Punjab Kings XI 2020 - present
Australia National Cricket Team Australia 2020 - present
Mumbai Indians Mumbai Indians 2020 - present
Melbourne Renegades Melbourne Renegades 2011 - present
Gujarat Lions Gujarat Lions 2020 - present
Royal Challengers Bangalore Royal Challengers 2020 - present
Sunrisers Hyderabad Sunrisers 2020 - present
Surrey County Cricket Club Surrey County 2016 - 2018
Kings XI Punjab Kings XI 2018
Gujarat Lions Gujarat Lions 2016 - 2017
Mumbai Indians Mumbai Indians 2015
Yorkshire County Cricket Club Yorkshire County 2014 - 2015
Sunrisers Hyderabad Sunrisers 2014
Pune Warriors India Pune Warriors 2013
Delhi Daredevils 2011 - 2012
Auckland Aces Auckland Aces 2012
Rajasthan Royals Rajasthan Royals 2010
Australia National Cricket Team Australia 2013 - 0
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Aaron James Finch was born in Colac in Victoria and is an Australian cricketer who plays for the Victoria team. This right hand batsman played in the under 19 Cricket World Cup in 2006 in Sri Lanka. He is also a middle order batsman, though have used up the order whilst playing for the club side Geelong. In 2011, he was picked up by the Delhi Daredevils team to play at the IPL 4 season. Presently, he has been retained by the same team to play at the IPL 5 season 2012.

Nicknamed Finchy, his major teams include Victoria Under-19s, Victoria, Victoria Under-15s, Australia Under-19s and Victoria Under-17s. Later on, he even represented the Australian under-19 team World Cup in 2006 and showed his talent with 74 off 57 balls against South Africa team.

This solid built batsman from Colac in south west Victoria, made his first debut against the Indian team in December 2007. His FR cup debut too was brief as he made 2 runs against the Western Australia team. Whilst playing for Geelong, he scored almost 1085 runs in the Premier Cricket competition in Melbourne, confirming his progress after two consecutive winters at the Academy.

In 2008-09, he made five FR Cup and five Twenty20 appearances and his powerful striking earned him a place in the Champions League Twenty20 squad in Victoria.

Career Highlights

At the First class match, he played for 26 matches scoring 46 innings, 1460 runs and an average of 32.44. With right to List A match, he played for 42 matches, scoring 42 innings, 1337 runs and with an average of 34.28. At the Twenty20 matches, he played around 38 of the games, scoring 35 innings, 1119 runs at an average of 37.30.

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