Darcy McRostie2022-11-17T15:15:59+00:00

Darcy McRostie

Date of Birth 07-02-2003
Age 19
NationalityAustralian
Player Status Available
Playing Role Wicket-Keeper
Bowling Style RA Off Spin
Batting Style RH Top Order Bat
Entry Route Irish / Dutch Visa
Major Teams South Australia U19s, U17s, U15s, Kensington Cricket Club

** Available for Ireland and the Netherlands **

Darcy McRostie is an exciting prospect playing for the star-studded Kensington Cricket Club in South Australia.

A keeper/bat, McRostie plays alongside State players including Alex Ross, Henry Hunt, Daniel Worrall, and Lloyd Pope, to name just a few.

Having represented South Australia through the age groups (U15s-U19s), McRostie broke into the Brown’s A Grade side during the 2020/21 season. He would go on to cement his spot throughout the summer hitting two fifties amongst a season tally of 201 runs at 24.36.

However, it was his temperament in the Grand Finals that really impressed, scoring 39 not out in the A Grade Final, and 21 not out from 16 balls to help win the One Day Grand Final (both against an Adelaide University side featuring Redbacks quicks Wes Agar and Nick Winter.

McRostie really is quite the talent who is now looking to break into the Emerging Redbacks (2nd XI) this summer. Thereafter, he aspires to travel to Europe to play cricket, ideally in Ireland or Holland. Alongside his cricket, he is also a keen coach and groundskeeper by trade, so could be a valuable asset both on and off the field for any club in 2023.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

Date of Birth 07-02-2003
Age 19
NationalityAustralian
Player StatusAvailable
Playing RoleWicket-Keeper
Player Status Available
Bowling Style RA Off Spin
Batting Style RH Top Order Bat
Entry Route Irish / Dutch Visa
Major Teams South Australia U19s, U17s, U15s, Kensington Cricket Club

** Available for Ireland and the Netherlands **

Darcy McRostie is an exciting prospect playing for the star-studded Kensington Cricket Club in South Australia.

A keeper/bat, McRostie plays alongside State players including Alex Ross, Henry Hunt, Daniel Worrall, and Lloyd Pope, to name just a few.

Having represented South Australia through the age groups (U15s-U19s), McRostie broke into the Brown’s A Grade side during the 2020/21 season. He would go on to cement his spot throughout the summer hitting two fifties amongst a season tally of 201 runs at 24.36.

However, it was his temperament in the Grand Finals that really impressed, scoring 39 not out in the A Grade Final, and 21 not out from 16 balls to help win the One Day Grand Final (both against an Adelaide University side featuring Redbacks quicks Wes Agar and Nick Winter.

McRostie really is quite the talent who is now looking to break into the Emerging Redbacks (2nd XI) this summer. Thereafter, he aspires to travel to Europe to play cricket, ideally in Ireland or Holland. Alongside his cricket, he is also a keen coach and groundskeeper by trade, so could be a valuable asset both on and off the field for any club in 2023.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

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