|Full name Brendan Gerard Drew|
Name Brendan Drew
Batting style Right-handed
|Date joined 2005|
|Born 16 December 1983 (age 32) (1983-12-16) Lismore, New South Wales, Australia|
Current team Tasmania cricket team (#21)
Bowling style Right-arm fast-medium
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Brendan Gerrard Drew (born 16 December 1983, Lismore, New South Wales) is an Australian cricketer, who played domestic cricket for the Tasmanian Tigers. When not on Tasmanian duty, Drew played Tasmanian club cricket for the Lindisfarne Cricket Club. A tall bowler who generates a lot of pace and bounce, Drew arrived in Tasmania mid-season in 2005 to fill in for a bowling attack struck by injury. He had a solid 2006 season, taking 20 Pura Cup wickets at 31.60 in six matches, and was 12th man in the Tasmania's historic first ever Pura Cup win in 2006/07. Drew later moved to Victoria and played premier cricket for Camberwell, and won the Jack Ryder Medal as Premier Cricket's best player in 2016/17.
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He is now the Manager of Male Cricket Operations and Membership at the Australian Cricketers' Association.