Daniel Kerber2022-03-23T13:37:46+00:00

Daniel Kerber

Date of Birth 22/10/1999
Age 22
NationalityAustralian
Player Status Unavailable
Playing Role Wicket-Keeper
Bowling Style N/A
Batting Style LH Opening Bat
Entry Route UK Ancestry Visa
Major Teams South Australia U17s, Adelaide University CC 1st Grade
Coaching Qualifications CA Level 1

Daniel Kerber is an exciting prospect rubbing shoulders with the likes of South Australian State players Joe Mennie (Australia, SA), Nick Winter, Jake Weatherald, and Will Bosisto (SA) for Adelaide University.

The 'Uni Blacks' have been the stand-out SA club in recent years. The Blacks won both the SACA and Australian Premier 'Club of the Year' in 2018, before the AU Sport Club of the Year in 2019. However, the 2019/20 season proved to be the greatest in their illustrious 113-year history. A total of 7 Premierships across the club, to include the 1st Grade SACA Premier T20 title. The Blacks were also losing grand finalists in the One-Day competition and finished second to Kensington in first grade.

Playing a key part in AUCC's success was their young keeper/batter, Daniel Kerber. The former SA Under-17 representative struck 654 runs at 27.25 last summer backing up his 582 runs at 24.25 (2019/20) and 271 runs at 30.11 (2018/19) the two previous seasons.

Kerber, who made his first-grade debut during the 2017/18 season, was instrumental in their T20 Cup run hitting 196 runs at 39.20 from the opening slot. Their SACA title culminated with inclusion for the inaugural National Premier Cricket T20 Championship. Kerber impressed against the top sides from the rival states, including notable scores of 47 (v Freemantle), and 68 (v Monash Tigers) in succession. The Blacks ended up losing finalists (to Sydney), despite a Bosisto century in the first innings.

Following his successful season for AUCC, Kerber was set to embark on his maiden UK stint in 2020. Unfortunately for the SA young gun, COVID jeopardized his trip, therefore he is now eager to secure another opportunity for the 2022 season.

The youngster also benefits from a UK Ancestry Visa and boasts plenty of coaching experience (to include a Cricket Australia level 1 coaching badge). He's not only a strong cricketer and keen coach but quite the entrepreneur, having built a start-up equipment company, namely Kerber Cricket. An exciting cricketer who represents a fantastic acquisition for any UK club for the 2022 season.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

Date of Birth 22/10/1999
Age 22
NationalityAustralian
Player StatusUnavailable
Playing RoleWicket-Keeper
Player Status Unavailable
Bowling Style N/A
Batting Style LH Opening Bat
Entry Route UK Ancestry Visa
Major Teams South Australia U17s, Adelaide University CC 1st Grade
Coaching Qualifications CA Level 1

Daniel Kerber is an exciting prospect rubbing shoulders with the likes of South Australian State players Joe Mennie (Australia, SA), Nick Winter, Jake Weatherald, and Will Bosisto (SA) for Adelaide University.

The 'Uni Blacks' have been the stand-out SA club in recent years. The Blacks won both the SACA and Australian Premier 'Club of the Year' in 2018, before the AU Sport Club of the Year in 2019. However, the 2019/20 season proved to be the greatest in their illustrious 113-year history. A total of 7 Premierships across the club, to include the 1st Grade SACA Premier T20 title. The Blacks were also losing grand finalists in the One-Day competition and finished second to Kensington in first grade.

Playing a key part in AUCC's success was their young keeper/batter, Daniel Kerber. The former SA Under-17 representative struck 654 runs at 27.25 last summer backing up his 582 runs at 24.25 (2019/20) and 271 runs at 30.11 (2018/19) the two previous seasons.

Kerber, who made his first-grade debut during the 2017/18 season, was instrumental in their T20 Cup run hitting 196 runs at 39.20 from the opening slot. Their SACA title culminated with inclusion for the inaugural National Premier Cricket T20 Championship. Kerber impressed against the top sides from the rival states, including notable scores of 47 (v Freemantle), and 68 (v Monash Tigers) in succession. The Blacks ended up losing finalists (to Sydney), despite a Bosisto century in the first innings.

Following his successful season for AUCC, Kerber was set to embark on his maiden UK stint in 2020. Unfortunately for the SA young gun, COVID jeopardized his trip, therefore he is now eager to secure another opportunity for the 2022 season.

The youngster also benefits from a UK Ancestry Visa and boasts plenty of coaching experience (to include a Cricket Australia level 1 coaching badge). He's not only a strong cricketer and keen coach but quite the entrepreneur, having built a start-up equipment company, namely Kerber Cricket. An exciting cricketer who represents a fantastic acquisition for any UK club for the 2022 season.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

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