Daniel Fallins2020-02-12T14:48:14+00:00

Daniel Fallins

Date of Birth 12/08/1996
Age 23
NationalityAustralian
Player Status Available
Playing Role All-Rounder (Spin)
Bowling Style Right-arm Leg Spin
Batting Style Right-hand
Entry Route Irish / Dutch Visa
Major Teams Cricket Australia XI, New South Wales, New South Wales U23s, Melbourne Stars, Sutherland DCC

**Only available for the Republic of Ireland and Holland**

Daniel Fallins is an exciting leg-spin bowling prospect who has been part of Cricket Australia’s National Performance squad and is currently involved with the New South Wales Blues.

Fallins shot to prominence after his exploits for the Cricket Australia XI in November 2017. In two matches against the touring England side, the Sutherland District star took 9 wickets, including figures of 5-73 (22) in the first match.

He took four of the top six, including the notable scalps of Stoneman, Vince, Root, and Bairstow, then hit Anderson in front to capture his maiden 5-wicket haul.

After dismissing Crane in the second innings, to complete a 6-wicket match haul, Fallins took figures of 3-127 (37) in the next match, again taking the wickets of Stoneman, Vince, and Bairstow.

He was subsequently picked up by the Melbourne Stars playing 2 Big Bash matches in January 2018, before 2 Shield matches for NSW the following month.

Whilst Fallins has been around the senior squad, which includes the likes of Nathan Lyon and Steve O’Keefe, he hasn’t featured since, yet it’s envisaged he’ll play Shield matches during the 2019/20 season.

Whilst known for his leg-spin, Fallins is a talented batsman who produced scores of 15* and 29* against England, then whacked an impressive century (113) in a Futures League match against Western Australia U23s in November 2018.

At Grade level, he bats up and down the Sutherland District order, often opening in the PGs and middle-lower order in first grade, where he boasts a handful of half-centuries.

The talented all-rounder is an exciting prospect and is seeking an opportunity abroad for the 2020 season.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

Date of Birth 12/08/1996
Age 23
NationalityAustralian
Player StatusAvailable
Playing RoleAll-Rounder (Spin)
Player Status Available
Bowling Style Right-arm Leg Spin
Batting Style Right-hand
Entry Route Irish / Dutch Visa
Major Teams Cricket Australia XI, New South Wales, New South Wales U23s, Melbourne Stars, Sutherland DCC

**Only available for the Republic of Ireland and Holland**

Daniel Fallins is an exciting leg-spin bowling prospect who has been part of Cricket Australia’s National Performance squad and is currently involved with the New South Wales Blues.

Fallins shot to prominence after his exploits for the Cricket Australia XI in November 2017. In two matches against the touring England side, the Sutherland District star took 9 wickets, including figures of 5-73 (22) in the first match.

He took four of the top six, including the notable scalps of Stoneman, Vince, Root, and Bairstow, then hit Anderson in front to capture his maiden 5-wicket haul.

After dismissing Crane in the second innings, to complete a 6-wicket match haul, Fallins took figures of 3-127 (37) in the next match, again taking the wickets of Stoneman, Vince, and Bairstow.

He was subsequently picked up by the Melbourne Stars playing 2 Big Bash matches in January 2018, before 2 Shield matches for NSW the following month.

Whilst Fallins has been around the senior squad, which includes the likes of Nathan Lyon and Steve O’Keefe, he hasn’t featured since, yet it’s envisaged he’ll play Shield matches during the 2019/20 season.

Whilst known for his leg-spin, Fallins is a talented batsman who produced scores of 15* and 29* against England, then whacked an impressive century (113) in a Futures League match against Western Australia U23s in November 2018.

At Grade level, he bats up and down the Sutherland District order, often opening in the PGs and middle-lower order in first grade, where he boasts a handful of half-centuries.

The talented all-rounder is an exciting prospect and is seeking an opportunity abroad for the 2020 season.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.