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Justin Langer has scored more Test runs than any other West Australian.
Justin Langer has scored more Test runs than any other West Australian.

Western Australia is an Australian state, it has produced cricketers that have represented Australia in all forms of the game—Tests, One Day Internationals (ODIs) and Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is). Ernie Bromley became the first West Australian to be selected for Australia when he took part in the 4th Test of the 1932–33 Ashes series.[1] The next West Australian to be appear for Australia happened 23 years later when John Rutherford made his debut against India in 1956.[2] Kim Hughes is the only West Australian to have captained Australia in a Test match, he led the side 28 times from 1979 to 1984.[3] During this time he also captained the team in 49 ODIs. The only other West Australian that has held the captaincy in ODIs is Michael Hussey, who led the side 4 times from 2006 to 2007.[4] Michael Hussey's brother, David Hussey, has also represented Australia in ODIs and T20Is.

With 7,696 runs from 1993 to 2007, Justin Langer has scored more Test runs than any other West Australian. The record for most runs by a West Australian in ODIs belongs to Michael Hussey who has scored 4,469 runs since his debut in 2004. Having taken 355 wickets in 70 matches from 1971 to 1984, Dennis Lillee is the leading West Australian wicket taker in Tests. Only Shane Warne and Glenn McGrath have taken more Test wickets for Australia.[5] Lillee is one of three West Australians to have taken over 100 wickets in ODIs, the others are Brad Hogg and Damien Fleming.

Key

Australia captains

Statistics correct as of: 2011 Cricket World Cup

Name International
career
Apps Runs Wkts Apps Runs Wkts Apps Runs Wkts References
Tests ODIs T20Is
Ernie Bromley 1933–1934 2 38 0 [6]
John Rutherford 1956 1 30 1 [7]
Ron Gaunt 1958–1964 3 6 7 [8]
Keith Slater 1959 1 1 2 [9]
Des Hoare 1961 1 35 2 [10]
Garth McKenzie 1961–1971 60 945 246 1 0 2 [11]
Barry Shepherd 1963–1965 9 502 0 [12]
Laurie Mayne 1965–1970 6 76 19 [13]
John Inverarity 1968–1972 6 174 4 [14]
Terry Jenner 1970–1975 9 208 24 1 12 0 [15]
Rod Marsh 1970–1984 96 3,633 0 92 1,225 0 [16]
Dennis Lillee 1971–1984 70 905 355 63 240 103 [17]
Ross Edwards 1972–1975 20 1,171 0 9 255 0 [18]
Bob Massie 1972–1973 6 78 31 3 16 3 [19]
Wally Edwards 1974–1975 3 68 0 1 2 0 [20]
Mick Malone 1977–1982 1 46 6 10 36 11 [21]
Len Pascoe 1977–1982 14 106 64 29 39 53 [22]
Craig Serjeant 1977–1978 12 522 0 3 73 0 [23]
Kim Hughes 1977–1985 70 4,415 0 97 1,968 0 [24]
Wayne Clark 1977–1979 10 98 44 2 0 3 [25]
Tony Mann 1977–1978 4 189 4 [26]
Sam Gannon 1977–1978 3 3 11 [27]
Graeme Wood 1978–1989 59 3,374 0 83 2,219 0 [28]
Bruce Yardley 1978–1983 33 978 126 7 58 7 [29]
Kevin Wright 1979 10 219 0 5 29 0 [30]
Graeme Porter 1979 2 3 3 [31]
Bruce Laird 1979–1982 21 1,341 0 23 594 0 [32]
Terry Alderman 1981–1991 41 203 170 65 32 88 [33]
Tom Hogan 1983–1984 7 205 15 16 72 23 [34]
Geoff Marsh 1985–1992 50 2,854 0 117 4,357 0 [35]
Bruce Reid 1985–1992 27 93 113 61 49 63 [36]
Tim Zoehrer 1986–1994 10 246 0 22 130 0 [37]
Chris Matthews 1986–1988 3 54 6 [38]
Mike Veletta 1987–1990 8 207 0 20 484 0 [39]
Justin Langer 1993–2007 105 7,696 0 8 160 0 [40]
Jo Angel 1993–1995 4 35 10 3 0 4 [41]
Damien Fleming 1994–2001 20 305 75 88 152 134 [42]
Brad Hogg 1996–2007 7 186 17 123 790 156 2 41 0 [43]
Stuart MacGill 1998–2008 44 349 208 3 1 6 [44]
Simon Katich 2001–2010 56 4,188 21 45 1,324 0 3 69 0 [45]
Ryan Campbell 2002 2 54 0 [46]
Michael Hussey 2004–2011 59 4,650 2 155 4,538 2 27 457 0 [47]
Brett Dorey 2006 4 2 2 [48]
Adam Voges 2007–2011 15 392 1 4 63 2 [49]
Luke Pomersbach 2007 1 15 0 [50]
David Hussey 2008–2011 34 886 12 28 622 16 [51]
Beau Casson 2008 1 10 3 [52]
Shaun Marsh 2008–2011 33 1,172 0 3 53 0 [53]

See also

References

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  34. ^ "Players / Australia / Tom Hogan". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 22 August 2010.
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  40. ^ "Players / Australia / Justin Langer". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 22 August 2010.
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  42. ^ "Players / Australia / Damien Fleming". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 22 August 2010.
  43. ^ "Players / Australia / Brad Hogg". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 22 August 2010.
  44. ^ "Players / Australia / Stuart MacGill". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 22 August 2010.
  45. ^ "Players / Australia / Simon Katich". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 22 August 2010.
  46. ^ "Players / Australia / Ryan Campbell". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 22 August 2010.
  47. ^ "Players / Australia / Michael Hussey". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 22 August 2010.
  48. ^ "Players / Australia / Brett Dorey". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 22 August 2010.
  49. ^ "Players / Australia / Adam Voges". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 22 August 2010.
  50. ^ "Players / Australia / Luke Pomersbach". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 22 August 2010.
  51. ^ "Players / Australia / David Hussey". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 22 August 2010.
  52. ^ "Players / Australia / Beau Casson". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 22 August 2010.
  53. ^ "Players / Australia / Shaun Marsh". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 22 August 2010.

Brendon Julian 7 Tests, 25 ODIs 1993-99