Bordertown’s finest wicketkeeper/batsman has made a strong impact on our club in his short time with us.
Taking on the B grade captaincy over two stints, Grady has been a strong leader and hard-working, taking the side to one wicket of a grand final in 2017/18.
Work sees him relinquishing the skipper’s role, but Grady will remain a very important part of the club’s plans in the years to come (especially if he can add bowling skills to his resume).
Junior club – Bordertown
Top score – 101* in under 16s. I peaked early.
Best bowling figures – I’ll always cherish my B1 wicket from last season.
Premierships – Three, all with Bordertown (two in U16s, one in B grade)
Personal cricket highlight – Watching Rob ‘Lean and Mean’ McLean blaze 151 against Unley.
TOSer to star in 2019/20 – Liam Beazleigh. Big season ahead, I reckon.
Your aims for 2019/20 – Aims for season 19/20 – Winning a B1 premiership, and not get out in the 50s (again).
Your TOS Dreamteam player – Brad Cameron. He’s basically Steve Smith – started out bowling leg spin, turned into ATCA’s Bradman.
Favourite TOSCC member – Ben Hall. I miss him sledging me in the field instead of the batsmen.
Song you can sing every line to – Bulls on Parade, Rage Against The Machine.
Do you have a Kathmandu jacket – No
Five people you’d invite to a birthday party – Tiger Woods, Joel Selwood, Steve Johnson, Tom Morello, Ricky Ponting.
Who’s faster between wickets, Alex Cotter or Brad Cameron? – Cotter. His waddle is deceptively quick.
Who was best on ground in the 2018/19 grand final? – Brad Cameron