Cameron Tanner2022-09-16T18:13:19+01:00

Cameron Tanner

Date of Birth 22/02/2001
Age 21
NationalitySouth African
Player Status Placed (Tikipunga CC - Northland Cricket Association)
Playing Role Batter
Bowling Style RA Off Spin
Batting Style RH Opening Bat
Entry Route Working Holiday Visa
Major Teams Western Province U19s B, Milnerton CC 1st XI

Cameron Tanner is an exciting, young, cricketer who dominated English club cricket run charts last summer.

The South African batter finished as one of the leading run-scorers across all formats with 2,200 plus runs for Thames Ditton in Surrey. His tally included 2 double centuries, 7 further hundreds, and 8 fifties for good measure.

The British Passport holding South African headed to England early in 2022 having played in the top tier of Cape Town cricket (WPCA) for Milnerton Cricket Club.

He broke into the Milnerton 1st XI after leaving school, where he starred for the prestigious Wynberg Boys’ High School. Tanner was a stand-out for Wynberg, whose alumni include the likes of former England captain, Allan Lamb, and arguably the world’s greatest ever all-rounder, Jacques Kallis.

His success for Wynberg, with whom he received full colours for cricket, culminated with Western Provincial age-group trials. Whilst he narrowly missed out on the WP Under-19 side for Coke Week, he was selected for the U19 ‘B’ side as a keeper/batter, albeit ended up playing as a batter/bowler.

Since leaving school, Tanner has played for Milnerton and has opened the batting in recent seasons, in a side that included Somerset Pro, Max Waller, and Franchise batter, Matthew Kleinveldt.

A talented cricketer, Tanner’s main role in the side is to open the batting, but he remains equally adept with both the gloves and ball in hand, where he rolls out some useful off-spin.

The dual Passport holder churned runs for fun in England and is now set to embark on a new adventure having signed with New Zealand club Tikipunga for their 2022/23 Northland Cricket Association campaign.



Team (Season) Mts Inns NO Runs HS Ave Ovs Runs Wkts BB Avg
Thames Ditton (2022)
Date of Birth 22/02/2001
Age 21
NationalitySouth African
Playing RoleBatter
Player Status
Bowling Style RA Off Spin
Batting Style RH Opening Bat
Entry Route British Passport
Major Teams Western Province U19s B, Milnerton CC 1st XI

Cameron Tanner is an exciting, young, cricketer who dominated English club cricket run charts last summer.

The South African batter finished as one of the leading run-scorers across all formats with 2,200 plus runs for Thames Ditton in Surrey. His tally included 2 double centuries, 7 further hundreds, and 8 fifties for good measure.

The British Passport holding South African headed to England early in 2022 having played in the top tier of Cape Town cricket (WPCA) for Milnerton Cricket Club.

He broke into the Milnerton 1st XI after leaving school, where he starred for the prestigious Wynberg Boys’ High School. Tanner was a stand-out for Wynberg, whose alumni include the likes of former England captain, Allan Lamb, and arguably the world’s greatest ever all-rounder, Jacques Kallis.

His success for Wynberg, with whom he received full colours for cricket, culminated with Western Provincial age-group trials. Whilst he narrowly missed out on the WP Under-19 side for Coke Week, he was selected for the U19 ‘B’ side as a keeper/batter, albeit ended up playing as a batter/bowler.

Since leaving school, Tanner has played for Milnerton and has opened the batting in recent seasons, in a side that included Somerset Pro, Max Waller, and Franchise batter, Matthew Kleinveldt.

A talented cricketer, Tanner’s main role in the side is to open the batting, but he remains equally adept with both the gloves and ball in hand, where he rolls out some useful off-spin.

The dual Passport holder churned runs for fun in England and is now set to embark on a new adventure having signed with New Zealand club Tikipunga for their 2022/23 Northland Cricket Association campaign.



Team (Season) Mts Inns NO Runs HS Ave Ovs Runs Wkts BB Avg
Thames Ditton (2022)
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