6:17 am - Monday November 30, 2015

Shane Watson

Shane Robert Watson: Australian Cricketer

Shane Robert Watson is an Australian cricketer. He is a right handed batsman and a right handed fast medium bowler mainly bats as opening batsman. Shane Watson made his debut in One Day International in 2002 against South Africa. As he has become a regular player of the ODI, he was then introduced in Test matches for Australia and made his first debut in Test against Pakistan in 2005.

Shane Watson was awarded with Allan Border Medal in 2010 and 2011, made him a second player to win back to back Allan Border Medals. Watson has also played for Hampshire in the English County Championship in 2005. He also plays in the Indian Premier League.

Shane Watson awarded Allan Border Medal in 2010

Shane Watson kissing Allan Border Medal in 2010


Shane Watson awarded Allan Border Medal in 2011

Shane Watson also awarded with Allan Border Medal in 2011


Shane Watson Cricketer Image

Shane Watson wearing Test Match Jersey


Shane Watson Cricketer Photo

Shane Watson having broad smile


Cricketer Shane Watson

Cricketer Shane raises his bat and helmet


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Shane Watson plays powerful square shot


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Shane Watson hits the ball towards log on


Shane Watson Wallpaper

Shane Watson thanking his fans and teammates


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Shane Watson in a batting action


Shane Watson Cricketer

Shane Watson in a bowling action


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Shane Watson in a success mood

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