Tom Cooper

South Australian & Melbourne Renegades Batsman




Date of Birth



  • South Australia
  • Melbourne Renegades
  • Somerset



Career Highlights and Awards

  • 105 in the Matador Cup Final v NSW 2015
  • Australia A tour of England 2012
  • ICC 50 over World Cup 2011
  • Debuted for the Netherlands in ODI and T20 Internationals 2010
  • 160* v West indies in the Primes Minsters XI tour match 2008
  • BBL 08 winner with the Melbourne Renegades


Tom Cooper is an Australian born cricketer who has played over 40 International matches for the Netherlands and is now currently starring for South Australia and the Melbourne Renegades.


An aggressive batsman, Cooper was an Australian Under-19 representative – he made 104 against South Africa in the 2005/06 Youth World Cup – until he broke into the senior South Australian side in November 2008. With solid scores in his debut year for Sth Australia Cooper was selected to play the West Indies in the Prime Ministers XI tour match in February of 2010 where he scored a swash buckling 160 not out.


Fast-tracked into the Dutch national side (his mother was a Dutch national), Cooper became the first cricketer to score half centuries in each of his first three One Day Internationals. On the back of this he was selected for the Netherlands in the 2011 World Cup and scored 47 against England and 55 against the West Indies.

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