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Rob Quiney Biography & Latest News

Rob Quiney Biography

Robert John Quiney is an Australian cricketer who has represented the Australian national team in Test cricket. He plays domestic first class and List A cricket for the Victorian Bushrangers side, and plays domestic Twenty20 cricket for the Melbourne Stars, Auckland Aces, Uthura Rudras and Rajasthan Royals. His profile is that of a specialist left-handed batsman who also bowls right-arm medium pace. Quiney was first called up to the Victorian team in 2005, to play against the touring ICC World XI in a limited overs warm-up match for the ICC Super Series. During the 2007/08 season, Quiney began to hold down a regular position in all forms of the game at interstate level, playing some important innings for Victoria, especially in the Ford Ranger Cup where he scored 89 not out off 57 balls against New South Wales at the MCG followed by 78 runs off 95 balls and 65 off 76 against Tasmania in Hobart and Melbourne respectively. In 2011 Quiney was named Australia’s Domestic Player of the Year, and was awarded his second Bill Lawry Medal for his performance for Victoria.

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BBL 2016/17: Top 5 moments from the Melbourne Stars-Melbourne Renegades clash
BBL 2016/17: Top 5 moments from the Melbourne Stars-Melbourne Renegades clash
Stars dispatched the Renegades to move up the table.
Rutherford replaces Quiney for Essex
Rutherford replaces Quiney for Essex
Rob Quiney signs contract with Essex
Rob Quiney signs contract with Essex
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