Brad Hogg

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Brad Hogg is an Australian cricket icon who enjoyed a decorated 25-year playing career before becoming a popular media personality and cricket commentator.

Originally hailing from Narrogin, Western Australian, he grew up on a sheep farm in the nearby rural town of Williams, and made his test debut for Australia during a series against India in October 1996.

Brad enjoyed great success as Australia’s specialist spinner in their 2003 and 2007 Cricket World Cup triumphs while also representing his country during their 2006 ICC Champions Trophy success.

A long-time member of the Western Australian cricket team, he also played professionally in Bangladesh, England, India, South Africa, Sri Lanka, and the West Indies.

The popular left-arm wrist spinner also won back-to-back Big Bash League (BBL) titles with the Perth Scorchers in 2014 and 2015 respectively before finishing his playing career at the age of 47 with the Melbourne Renegades.

Hoggie is currently available for speaking and media opportunities and has 124,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel ‘Brad Hogg TV’ which has a sizeable following and reach in Australia, the subcontinent, and other parts of the cricket mad world.

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