Jackson Bird

Australia pick Jackson Bird for first Test against New Zealand

The Australian selectors have named fast bowler Jackson Bird in the playing XI of the first Test match against New Zealand which will begin on 12th February in Wellington.
11 February 2016
 

Sayers, Bird included in Australia squad for New Zealand Tests

Uncapped South Australia pacer Chadd Sayers and Tasmanian speedster Jackson Bird were among the 14-man Australian Test squad announced for the upcoming New Zealand tour.
20 January 2016

Levi, Hastings Pen County Deals

With the start of the 2014 county season now in sight Northamptonshire and Durham have bolstered their squads by signing overseas players Richard Levi and John Hastings.
17 March 2014

Henriques In As Faulkner Ruled Out

All-rounder Moises Henriques has been called up to Australia's Test squad as a replacement for James Faulkner, who has suffered a knee injury.
27 January 2014

Australia Name Prime Minister's XI

Test-capped players Jackson Bird and Brad Hodge will feature for the Australian Prime Minister's XI when they take on England in a one-day game on 14th January.
9 January 2014

Injured Jackson Bird Heading Home

Fast bowler Jackson Bird has become the latest Australian fast bowler to succumb to injury and will return home with a lower back problem.
22 August 2013

Australia Name 12-Man Test Squad

Australia have included fast bowler Jackson Bird in a 12-man squad for the fourth Ashes Test in Chester-le-Street, which gets underway on Friday 9th August.
7 August 2013

Taylor And Bird Enhance Test Claims

James Taylor ensured that he will play if Kevin Pietersen fails to recover from his injury, while Jackson Bird leapt ahead of Mitchell Starc in the pace-bowling race on the second day at Hove.
27 July 2013

Jackson Bird Added To ODI Squad As Cover

Cricket Australia (CA) have confirmed that fast bowler Jackson Bird has joined up with Australia's squad ahead of the fourth One-Day International against Sri Lanka. Ben Cutting had been included as cover for the third game in Brisbane, which Sri Lanka won by four wickets after bowling Australia out for 74, but was subsequently released to play in the Big Bash final.
18 January 2013


 
 
 
 

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