Brad Cameron is universally loved by all within the TOSCC, albeit it seems at least one opponent has a problem with him…

Club leading wicket-taker Keith Hooker (right) encourages Brad Cameron to keep focusing on his batting after last season’s grand final success.

The fittest man in the north, Cammo started off as a spin bowler and could easily be the club’s leading wicket-taker had his batting not become more of a focus.

And what a focus it has become, he is the leading century maker in the club’s history with seven, including a match-defining hundred in the 2018/19 A2 grand final success.

A life member, Brad has also played the most games in the club’s history.

If he’s not playing cricket, footy, running or completing a marathon or some such, you’ll find Cammo taking in all of the beauty nature can throw at him.

Junior club – South Gawler CC

Top score – 145*, 2012

Best bowling figures – 6/33 (had to MyCricket that one)

Premierships – 6

Personal cricket highlight – Back to back premierships (A3 to A2), took many years of building towards that for it to materialise and, boy, did it feel good. Oh and the hat trick and the all 100s.

TOSer to star in 2019/20 – Jace O’Hara will dominate.

Aims for season 2019/20 – To prove TOSCC is good enough to mix it and beat the top sides in A1 and finish top half of the ladder.

Your TOS Dreamteam player – Mitch Dearing does it all and his bowling will be back better than ever this season.

Favourite TOSCC member – Adrian Zorich and Tim Viner Smith, can’t split those two legends.

Song you can sing every line to – Ghetto Gospel, 2Pac. Elton John songs.

This is a photo of Cammo when he hears the opening beats of 2Pac’s Ghetto Gospel.

Do you have a Kathmandu jacket – Negative, I’m no sheeple.

Five people you’d invite to a birthday party – Steve Smith, Jason Porplyzia and save the other invites because I’ll be spending all my time fanboying these lads.

Who’s faster between wickets, Alex Cotter or you? – Brad Cameron when not hampered by a horrific quadricep fielding injury.

Cammo clutching his damaged quadricep.

Who was best on ground in the 2018/19 grand final? B. Cameron (3 votes).

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