Cameron
Bancroft
2011 FIRST CLASS AND LIST A DEBUT FOR WESTERN AUSTRALIA
2012 AUSTRALIAN U19 WORLD CUP TEAM MEMBER
2016 AUSTRALIAN T20I DEBUT
2017 AUSTRALIAN TEST DEBUT
2019 APPOINTED CAPTAIN OF DURHAM CCC
2011 FIRST CLASS AND LIST A DEBUT FOR WESTERN AUSTRALIA
2012 AUSTRALIAN U19 WORLD CUP TEAM MEMBER
2016 AUSTRALIAN T20I DEBUT
2017 AUSTRALIAN TEST DEBUT
2019 APPOINTED CAPTAIN OF DURHAM CCC
2011 FIRST CLASS AND LIST A DEBUT FOR WESTERN AUSTRALIA
2012 AUSTRALIAN U19 WORLD CUP TEAM MEMBER
2016 AUSTRALIAN T20I DEBUT
2017 AUSTRALIAN TEST DEBUT
2019 APPOINTED CAPTAIN OF DURHAM CCC
Cameron Bancroft loves a game of golf, good food and the summer sun. He is chasing the dream to be the best Cricketer he can be whilst enjoying life.

Bio

Bancroft grew up in Leeming, a southern suburb in Perth and studied at Aquinas College where he became captain of the First XI cricket team. Bancroft played underage cricket for WA in U17s and U19s and debut in first grade for Willetton Cricket Club as a 17-year-old where he made his first First Grade ton in the opening round of the 2010/11 season.

In 2012 Bancroft made his domestic one-day debut against Tasmania and a week after that, played his first Sheffield Shield game against Victoria. 2012 also saw Bancroft selected in the Australian under-19 World Cup team ahead of the Queensland-based tournament where he was Australia’s second highest run scorer. The 2014/15 season was Bancroft’s coming of age in which he made three tons, including his first double hundred, at an average of 47. After an incredible batting display against the Aussie bowling attack at Hurstville Oval and a double ton a week later against South Australia, Bancroft was selected in the 2017/18 Ashes, which saw him post an unbeaten 82 in his second innings in Brisbane and play all five Tests in that series. Bancroft received a 9-month ban from international and domestic cricket in Australia for his part in the ball tampering scandal in South Africa in 2018. Upon his return, Bancroft found form for the Perth Scorchers in the BBL, Western Australia in Shield Cricket, and Durham in English County cricket which saw him named in Australia’s squad for the 2019 Ashes series in England in which he played the opening two Test matches.

Bancroft’s interests outside of cricket are golf, yoga and meditation. On the back of these interests he has started a business with some other professional cricketers called Gritfull which is about making a difference to young people through positive wellbeing activities.

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Career Highlights

2011
First Class and List A Debut for Western Australia
2012
Australian U19 World Cup team member
2016
Australian T20I Debut
2017
Australian Test Debut
2019
Appointed Captain of Durham CCC

Testimonials

Bangers is a very special person. Hes a very self-motivated person which is really hard to be all the time. Hes incredibly fit. Hes always in the top three of all our fitness testing that we do. You just look at him when you see him. Hes forearms are huge, he just looks ripped and its always been something that Bangers has done. Since under 17s hes looked after himself extremely well and it pays off. His concentration (at the crease) is second to none when hes batting. Physically he certainly works the hardest. Theres no doubt about that.

ASHTON AGAR

His development after what happened in Cape Town has been absolutely extraordinary. Were that proud of him.

JUSTIN LANGER

He is so tough, so dedicated, the boys literally love having him in the team

JUSTIN LANGER

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2011 FIRST CLASS AND LIST A DEBUT FOR WESTERN AUSTRALIA
2012 AUSTRALIAN U19 WORLD CUP TEAM MEMBER
2016 AUSTRALIAN T20I DEBUT
2017 AUSTRALIAN TEST DEBUT
2019 APPOINTED CAPTAIN OF DURHAM CCC
2011 FIRST CLASS AND LIST A DEBUT FOR WESTERN AUSTRALIA
2012 AUSTRALIAN U19 WORLD CUP TEAM MEMBER
2016 AUSTRALIAN T20I DEBUT
2017 AUSTRALIAN TEST DEBUT
2019 APPOINTED CAPTAIN OF DURHAM CCC
2011 FIRST CLASS AND LIST A DEBUT FOR WESTERN AUSTRALIA
2012 AUSTRALIAN U19 WORLD CUP TEAM MEMBER
2016 AUSTRALIAN T20I DEBUT
2017 AUSTRALIAN TEST DEBUT
2019 APPOINTED CAPTAIN OF DURHAM CCC

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