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Cameron Boyce (cricketer)

Cameron Boyce
Personal information
Full name Cameron John Boyce
Born (1989-07-27) 27 July 1989 (age 25)
Charleville, Queensland, Australia
Batting style right-hand batsman
Bowling style leg spin
Role bowler
Domestic team information
YearsTeam
2010 Queensland
First-class debut 10 March 2010 Queensland v Western Australia
Source: Cricinfo, 7 January 2012

Cameron John Boyce (born 27 July 1989) is an Australian cricketer. Boyce is an leg spin bowler who plays for the Adelaide Strikers and Queensland in Australian domestic cricket. He was born in the western Queensland town of Charleville.[1]

Boyce made his debut for Queensland against Western Australia at the Gabba in March 2010.[2] The following week he played in the season's Sheffield Shield Final. Queensland lost, but Boyce took six wickets in Victoria's second innings. After being selected for the Australian Chairman's XI team for a match against the visiting Indians in Canberra in 2011, former Test spinner Ashley Mallett claimed that Boyce was the best leg spinner he had seen in first class cricket since Shane Warne, saying Boyce had "definitely got the potential to play Test cricket."[3]

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  • Cricinfo profile


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