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Callum Ferguson was born on 21 November, 1984 in North Adelaide, Australia, is an Australian cricketer. Discover Callum Ferguson's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 36 years old?
|Age||37 years old|
|Born||21 November 1984|
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Ferguson returned from his knee injury over the off-season and, in his first match back in competitive cricket, he scored 122 in the Premier League. He was then named the captain of South Australia’s 14-man squad for the 2016–17 Matador BBQs One-Day Cup due to the absence of Travis Head, who was in South Africa playing for Australia at the time. On 12 October he led the Redbacks to their first win of the tournament, a six-wicket bonus-point upset of New South Wales, with a score of 72 not out. He followed this up with a century against Cricket Australia XI, his career-best at 154 runs off just 113 balls. His 225-run partnership with Jake Weatherald was the highest second-wicket partnership for South Australia in any one-day match, and the state’s third-highest one-day partnership ever. South Australia finished with 420, the highest ever score in Australia’s domestic one-day competition history.
After his unsuccessful Test debut for Australia, Ferguson was unable to recapture his first-class form. He scored just four runs in both innings of his next match, and by BBL|06 he had batted in six innings since the Test with a high score of 24. Ferguson played every match for the Melbourne Renegades in BBL|06 and scored 183 at a strike rate of 150 runs per 100 balls. When the Sheffield Shield resumed, one issue for Ferguson was struggling against the new ball, as the Redbacks’ inexperienced opening partners Sam Raphael and Jake Weatherald were often dismissed early, forcing him to come in early and face the new ball. After three months without a first-class century, Ferguson broke his drought against New South Wales. He scored 75 and 103 in an 8-wicket loss, having only averaged 8.1 runs per innings since his Test debut. He scored 90 in the final match against Tasmania, taking the side through to the final, the first Shield final of Ferguson's career. The match ended in a draw, meaning South Australia lost the tournament to Victoria.
Ferguson was again named as the captain of the Redbacks’ 14-man squad for the 2017–18 JLT One-Day Cup in the absence of Travis Head, who was playing for Australia in India at the time. In the 15th match, he anchored the Redbacks innings with 72 runs off 71 balls, the team’s highest score in a total of 356, and in the team’s final match before the finals, the Redbacks needed a win against Western Australia to make it through to the finals. Ferguson won the toss and chose to bat first, going on to score 169 runs, the highest total in his one-day career, to help the team win by just 5 runs. As Travis Head returned from India in time for the finals, Ferguson handed the captaincy back over to him, and they progressed to the final against Western Australia, where Ferguson hit seven boundaries but fell for just 37 runs as the Redbacks lost by six wickets. Ferguson finished the tournament as the sixth-highest run-scorer, and the highest for the Redbacks, with a total of 358 runs across 8 matches.
After three years at the Melbourne Renegades, Ferguson signed a three-year contract with the Sydney Thunder for BBL|07, BBL|08 and BBL|09. In March 2018, Cricket Australia named Ferguson in their Sheffield Shield team of the year.
He made his debut for Worcestershire (Worcestershire Rapids) in May 2018 in the Royal London Cup 50 over competition, scoring 192 off 143 balls against Leicestershire- on debut.
Ferguson hit career-best form in the 2017–18 Sheffield Shield season. He scored an unbeaten 182 in a match against Victoria, the highest score of the season to that point. With 343 runs at an average of 68 in the first three matches of the season.
Ferguson played his 100th first-class match in the opening game of the Sheffield Shield against Western Australia. Batting second, the Redbacks were reduced to 2/16 at stumps on the first day, with Ferguson coming on in the morning. He struck a fast-paced 101 runs off 127 balls to lead South Australia to a total of 505 and an overall first-innings lead of 234 in what became a 10-wicket win. Due to his strong form he was added to Australia's Test squad for their series against South Africa. Ferguson became the 445th Test cricketer for Australia when he played against South Africa on 12 November 2016 at Bellerive Oval in Hobart, making his debut along with Redbacks teammate Joe Mennie, the 446th Test cricketer for Australia. Former Test cricket and former South Australian teammate Greg Blewett presented him with his baggy green. Within an hour of the beginning of the match, Ferguson came in to face a hat trick ball from Vernon Philander with Australia already at 4/8. Though he survived the ball, he went on to run himself out after scoring just three runs, leaving Australia at 5/16. He went even worse in his second innings, only scoring one run before he was caught out. Ferguson was dropped from the Test team immediately after his debut match, which turned out to be a controversial decision. His replacement was the younger Nic Maddinson, who had a less consistent and less successful first-class record than Ferguson, and former Australian Test cricketers Brett Lee and Michael Hussey both said that he had been unlucky to be dropped after having just one opportunity.
During the 2015 winter, Ferguson toured India with Australia A, playing one unofficial Test match and five unofficial ODIs. He then began the 2015–16 season in great form, scoring three centuries with only one dismissal in the West End Premier League to achieve an average of 405. This form, in combination with his recent experience with the Australia A side, put him in contention to play for Australia. He continued his good form in the first half of the 2015–16 Sheffield Shield season, scoring 478 runs at an average of 53.11, including his new highest first-class score of 213 against Tasmania in a 378-run partnership with Jake Lehmann. Unfortunately for Ferguson, when he was training with the Melbourne Renegades in December, he suffered a serious knee injury for the third time in his career, prematurely ending his season.
Ferguson has played for South Australia for his entire domestic career, which now spans fourteen seasons. When the Big Bash League was created he initially played for the Adelaide Strikers, but played for the Melbourne Renegades for three seasons after moving in the 2014–15 season and now plays for the Sydney Thunder. He also spent two seasons playing for Pune Warriors India in the Indian Premier League. In the 2019 BBl he scored 113*, the top score in BBL 2019.
During the 2014 winter, Ferguson was named to play for Australia A in a quadrangular tournament and a series of unofficial Test matches. His best performance for the side came in the final match against South Africa A, where he scored 82 runs as part of a 182-run partnership with Phillip Hughes.
Ferguson had to fight hard for runs in the 2014–15 Matador BBQs One-Day Cup as South Australia had a poor tournament and finished as the bottom-placed team. In their opening match of the season against New South Wales, Ferguson had to rebuild the innings as the Redbacks had collapsed to 3 for 23. He top-scored with 82 and forged a 136-run partnership with Alex Ross. Against Queensland he was the only batsman for South Australia to put up a fight, scoring a 91-ball 98 in a team total of 257. He again saved the Redbacks from disaster, though they were still unable to win, against Western Australia at the end of the tournament, scoring a run-a-ball 82 to top score again.
Ferguson only played one match in the 2013–14 Ryobi One-Day Cup, scoring 21 runs against Victoria, as he was called up to replace injured Australian captain Michael Clarke for their ODI series in India, though he did not play an international. He scored his only century for the season in a Sheffield Shield match against Victoria, reaching 110 runs. In the next match against New South Wales he hit ten fours and two sixes to put on 80 and was part of a 148-run partnership with Phillip Hughes. He played only four matches in BBL|03 for the Adelaide Strikers, and only managed to score 37 runs across them.
After the Redbacks began the 2012–13 Sheffield Shield season with back-to-back losses, Ferguson fought hard to score one of the best centuries of his first-class career against Queensland, eventually reaching his highest first-class score with a total of 164. Ferguson scored his only one-day century for the 2012–13 season against Victoria on 9 February. Suffering from a groin problem he still managed to top-score for South Australia against New South Wales on 14 February with 78 runs. At the end of the season he was named in both the Sheffield Shield and limited overs ACA Teams of the Year.
Ferguson was again added to the Australian ODI squad for the last two matches of the ODI series against England when Shaun Marsh had a hamstring injury, which led to his selection in Australia's 15-man squad for the 2011 Cricket World Cup. He did not get to play a match and Australia were eliminated in the quarter-finals. His last chance came in Australia's ODI series in Bangladesh in April 2011. Ferguson came into the side in the second ODI to replace the out-of-form Cameron White but was not required to bat as Australia only lost one wicket in their innings. He played his final ODI in the third match of the series, scoring just 3 runs off 6 balls. He had not done enough to retain his spot in the squad for their tour of Sri Lanka in August 2011.
Ferguson signed up for the 2011 Indian Premier League player auction, where he was bought by the Pune Warriors India for $300,000, though he missed the start of the tournament as he was still with the Australian side in Bangladesh at the time. When he was able to play in the tournament he was still left out of the side for most of the matches, playing with relative ease when he did eventually get to play. He played five matches for the tournament and scored 48 runs, though he did so at less than a run a ball. He was kept on by Pune for the 2012 season, but he only managed to play 4 matches with the very low strike rate of 79.36 runs per 100 balls.
Since his brief ODI career, Ferguson has consistently performed well enough in domestic cricket to be in contention to play for Australia, but has struggled to actually break into the Australian side. He hit a match-winning century against Western Australia on 23 October 2011, battling to take South Australia from 8 for 170 to their target of 234 along with tailender Nathan Lyon. He remarkably top-scored for South Australia with 126 in spite of an innings loss to Western Australia in a Sheffield Shield loss, after which he scored an unbeaten 56 against the Warriors in a one-day win two days later. He was part of South Australia's Ryobi Cup-winning team, breaking a 25-year drought for the state. He was named as 12th man in the one-day team of the year.
Ferguson made his first-class return from his injury in the 2010–11 Sheffield Shield season with a century in Brisbane, putting his name up to potentially play in the 2010–11 Ashes and earning a place in an Australia A squad for a tour match against England, but he didn't impress national selectors with scores of 7 and 10. Though he was included in a large 17-man squad for the first Ashes test, his poor form in the Australia A match meant he failed to earn his baggy green.
In the early part of Ferguson's career he had been known for regularly failing to build on solid starts to his innings, but the 2008–09 season proved to be a breakout season for him. In a breakout performance against Western Australia he finally scored his maiden List A century with an 83-ball 101. He then scored two 50s against Tasmania and New South Wales. Ferguson scored totals of 81 and 115 in a Sheffield Shield match against Victoria, and five minutes after his second dismissal he learned that he would be brought into the national team's 13-man squad for the second and third ODIs against New Zealand due to the absence of captain Ricky Ponting and an injury to Shaun Marsh. He made his One Day International debut, his first match representing Australia, against New Zealand at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on 6 February 2009. He came in late in Australia's innings to score 6 not out off 6 balls. He also made his Twenty20 International debut against New Zealand, batting at number 3 and scoring 8 runs.
Though Ferguson was initially named in Australia's 30-man squad for the 2009 ICC World Twenty20 he was cut from the final squad of 15. Chairman of selectors Andrew Hilditch described cutting Ferguson as "the hardest selection of them all," saying "He is a young kid who has taken all the opportunities that have come his way and done exceptionally well. He is desperately unlucky not to be in the squad." He was, however, given a Cricket Australia contract for the 2009–10 season. Ferguson remained in the ODI squad when he was included in the team for Australia's ODIs in England and Scotland at the end of the 2009 season. In this series he had the best ODI innings of his career, surviving through difficult bowling spells to score 71 not out at The Oval against England and being awarded the man of the match, with Australian captain Michael Clarke noting the "beauty" of his batting. He was one of the key players for Australia in the series win against England, scoring two half-centuries and twice being at the crease to seal run chases.
Ferguson was part of Australia's 2009 ICC Champions Trophy-winning squad in South Africa, which he described as the "hugest" event of his career so far. During the tournament's final against New Zealand, Ferguson injured his knee while fielding. He would have been prepared to bat in Australia's run chase if needed, though later tests revealed that he would require a knee reconstruction, taking out of competitive cricket for at least six months. Despite not being able to play for the rest of the season, Ferguson kept his contract with Australia. Ferguson came back from injury to be named in Australia's squad for their ODI series in India in October 2010, but persistent rain meant he was unable to play any matches and he was then left out of Australia's squad for the next ODI series against Sri Lanka until a back injury forced Shaun Marsh out of the team.
Ferguson's first opportunity of the 2007–08 season came in a Pura Cup match against New South Wales where he managed a first-innings score of 83, showing particular skill with the drive shot, and a second-innings score of 59. He scored his third first-class fifty in a row in Darren Lehmann's farewell match against Western Australia. For the 2008 winter, Ferguson went to northern England to play for Netherfield Cricket Club after being told by his state coaches that he needed to convert his starts into larger scores more often. During his time at the club he managed to score 1381 runs at an average of 106, including six fifties and six centuries.
Ferguson's second season also saw him produce solid results, as he scored 506 first-class runs at an average of 36.14 and was one of 15 players to be selected for the Australian Cricket Academy. He was less successful in one-day matches, only scoring 175 runs at an average of 21.87. He fell into poor form in the 2006–07 season, averaging under 30 in both first-class and one-day matches. This resulted in him being dropped from the South Australian side in December before being recalled in late February, when he scored a match-winning half century in a one-day match against Tasmania.
Ferguson attended Blackfriars Priory School in Prospect, South Australia before moving to Marryatville High School in Year 9, where he completed his schooling. Ferguson started his cricket with the Prospect District Cricket Club before moving to the West Torrens Cricket Club in the 2005/06 season. He has since become captain of West Torrens DCC and had the Ferguson-George Cricket Academy for promising young players in the West Torrens zone named after him and Southern Redbacks teammate and fellow Australian Cricket Representative Peter George. In 2003 he was awarded a scholarship to the Australian Cricket Academy.
Ferguson began his domestic career in the 2004–05 season, and by 2009 his form in limited overs cricket was good enough for him to be selected by the Australian national cricket team. Though his form in ODIs was strong, bolstering Australia's middle order, a knee injury in the 2009 ICC Champions Trophy final took him out of competitive cricket for 11 months and he lost his place in the national side. He has played few ODIs since, and he played a single Test match in 2016 against South Africa, scoring 4 runs across his two innings.
Ferguson made his first-class debut for South Australia on 16 October 2004 against Victoria at South Australia's home ground, the Adelaide Oval, with scores of 2 and 46. In just his second match, he top-scored for South Australia with 93 in the second innings against Queensland, almost taking the Redbacks to an unlikely victory. Ferguson scored a duck in a disastrous yet memorable innings for South Australia in which they were dismantled for a record low total of 29, mainly due to a devastating spell of 7/4 from Australian representative Nathan Bracken. He scored his maiden first-class century in the second innings of the match with a score of 103. He had a very strong debut season overall, top scoring for Redbacks with 733 runs at an average of 38.57 runs per wicket. He also scored 225 at an average of 28.12 in the one-day ING Cup.
Ferguson played his first game for South Australia in their final game of the 2002–03 ING Cup, Australia's domestic one-day tournament, on 16 February 2003. He came in at number 9 and scored 3 runs. After captaining South Australia in the 2003 Commonwealth Bank Under-19 Championship Series, Ferguson was selected to in Australia's squad for the 2004 Under-19 Cricket World Cup. He played three matches in the 2003–04 ING Cup, scoring a half-century against Victoria. During a warmup match two days before Australia's first match in the World Cup he faced the first knee injury of his career, leaving him unable to play any matches in the World Cup.
Callum James Ferguson (born 21 November 1984) is an Australian cricketer who has briefly represented Australia in all three forms of international cricket. He currently represents South Australia in the Sheffield Shield and the JLT One-Day Cup, and plays for and captains the Sydney Thunder in the Big Bash League.