Personal Information

Full Name Stuart Grant Law
Born October 18, 1968 Herston, Brisbane, Queensland
Age 55 Years, 9 Months, 3 Days
National Side Australia
Batting Style Right Handed
Bowling Right-arm fast medium
Sport Cricket

Ranking

Test ODI T20
Batting - - -
Bowling - - -

Man of the Match

Test ODI T20 World Cup CL
0 1 - 0 -

Career Information

Teams Played Australia, Chennai Superstars, Australia Under-19
Career Span

Stuart Grant Law Overall Stats

Batting & Fielding Performance

M I N/O R HS 100s 50s 4s 6s AVG S/R CT ST Ducks R/O
Test
1 1 1 54 54* v SL 0 1 1 0 - 45.76 1 0
ODI
54 51 5 1237 110 v ZIM 1 7 72 8 26.89 75.28 12 0
World Cup
7 6 2 204 72 v WI 0 1 12 2 51.00 85.71 - -

Bowling Performance

I O M R W Best 3s 5s AVG E/R S/R Mtc
Test
1 3 1 9 0 0/9 v SL 0 0 - 3.00 -
ODI
25 134.3 3 635 12 2/22 v PAK 0 0 52.91 4.72 67.25
World Cup
2 5 0 23 0 0/10 v ZIM 0 0 - 4.60 -

Stuart Grant Law Profile

A right-hand top order batsman, Stuart Grant Law was a prolific run-getter on the Australian domestic front, but his entry into cricket was marked by an era that had the best quality batsmen from Australia.

Law made his first-class debut for Queensland in the 1988/89 Sheffield Shield and went on to become the first Queenslander to lead his team to a title victory, winning four titles and two one-day trophies. Since then, he has been Queensland’s most successful captain and also the second highest run-scorer. Law played just one Test match for Australia in 1995-96 and remained unbeaten with a half century, leaving him without a Test average. His ODI career though, included 54 matches with a decent performance. He was part of Australian cricket till 1999, but later acquired British citizenship. He continued his brilliant form for Essex and Lancashire, scoring 1000 runs every English season from 1999-2003. He was handed over Lancashire’s captaincy in 2008 but was released due to his participation in the rebel league. He was then bagged by Derbyshire in early 2009.

Law was appointed as the assistant coach of the Sri Lankan national team in 2009, along side Trevor Bayliss. He was then named the interim coach after Bayliss stepped down post the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup.Further, Law decided to quit as the Lankan coach after their tour to England the same year, and took up the Bangladesh team as his next assignment.