George Bailey wife, stats, wiki, bio, cricket
George Bailey who is an Australian cricketer was born on 7th September of the year 1982. Currently, he is the vice-captain of Australian ODI Team. He is the native of Launceston, Tasmania. When he was at the age of nineteen, her arrived at the state one day player after playing the junior cricket with South Launceston Cricket Club. He was first selected for playing with Tasmania in 2005-06 due to injuries to the regular players. He was also given an extended stint in first class team where he scored 778 Pura Cup runs also including the three centuries as well as earning the second invitation to Academy.
In 2009-10 season, George was appointed as a permanent captain of the Tasmania by replacing Daniel Marsh. He let the team to the five wicket Sheffield Shield win over the Victoria in February of 2011. There, he scored unbeaten 160 . He then again captained the Tasmania into its 2nd Sheffield Shield title which was against the New South Wales in 2010-11 season at the Bellerive Oval. Later, he was signed by Melbourne Stars in 2012 for first season of Big Bash League.
Prior to that, he had also made an international appearance. He was called up for ODIs in early 2010 in New Zealand. He waited till 2012 until he made his international debut. He became the 436th Test cap of Australia in Ashes in November of 2013. He was also presented with baggy green before starting the play by former captain Mark Taylor. The following year on 7th September,, Bailey resigned as captain of Australian T20I Team for focusing solely on ODI World Cup.
To talk about his personal life bio, he has already got married. More information about his wife is not found. Apart from that, Bailey is now at the age of 32 and he stands tall at the height of five feet and ten inches. More information about him can also be obtained from Wikipedia and other internet sites. In addition to that, his list of matches and more details about his stats can also be found in different media.