Cameron Green Height, Weight, Age, Family, Facts, Girlfriend, Biography

Cameron Green Quick Info
height 6 feet 6 inches
weight 95 kg
Date of birth 3 June 1999
Zodiac sign Gemini
friend Emily Redwood

Cameron Green is an Australian professional cricketer who has represented his country in the Test match format primarily as an all-rounder. Till February 2022, he also played an ODI against India in December 2020. In the Australian domestic circuit, he has played for his home state Western Australia (2016–17–present) in all 3 formats. In bbl (Big Bash League), he’s out Perth Scorchers (2018-19-present).

name at birth

Cameron Donald Green

nick name

Of green colour

Cameron Green as seen in an Instagram post in April 2021
Cameron Green as seen in an Instagram post in April 2021 (Cameron Green / Instagram)

Sun sign


birth place

Subiaco, Perth, Western Australia, Australia


Perth, Western Australia, Australia


Australian nationality


professional cricketer

Cameron Green as seen in an Instagram post in March 2020
Cameron Green as seen in an Instagram post in March 2020 (Cameron Green / Instagram)


  • father — Gary Green
  • Mother – Bee Tracy
  • siblings – Bella Green (Younger Sister) (Basketball Player)


He is represented by DSEG Worldwide, Sports, Media and Entertainment Management Agency, Hampton, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.


right handed


right-arm fast-medium


all rounder

Jersey number

  • 42 – Test matches, One Day Internationals (ODIs)
  • 31 – Western Australia (Australian domestic cricket), Perth Scorchers (BBL)




6 feet 6 inches or 198 cm


95 kg or 209.5 lbs

girlfriend / spouse

Cameron has dated –

  1. Emily Redwood (2019-present)
Cameron Green and Emily Redwood as seen in February 2022
Cameron Green and Emily Redwood, as seen in February 2022 (Cameron Green/Instagram)

Caste / Ethnicity


hair color

light brown

eye color


sexual orientation


special features

  • toned physique
  • giant frame
  • side, wavy hair
  • friendly smile
  • clean shaven look

brand advertising

Cameroon is sponsored by –

  • Grey-Nicole Australia/New Zealand
  • asics australia
Cameron Green as seen in an Instagram post in June 2021
Cameron Green as seen in an Instagram post in June 2021 (Cameron Green / Instagram)

Cameron Green Facts

  1. What did Cameron, a prodigy boy, play for? Subiaco-Florette Cricket Club When he was just 10 years old, in the 2009–10 season in the Under-13 league. he had made his waka (Western Australian Cricket Association) made his first-class debut at the age of just 16.
  2. While he was still a schoolboy, he earned a rookie contract with Western Australia prior to the 2016–17 season. Sheffield Shield After (the major domestic first-class cricket competition in Australia) he scored 82 runs per innings with the bat and took 20 wickets with the ball in 8 matches in the Under-19 National League.
  3. He made his first-class debut for Western Australia in February 2017 Sheffield Shield, He made an immediate impact with a 5/24 spell in that match against Tasmania.
  4. His first 30 first-class wickets came at an impressive average of just 22.53, but a fracture in his back severely limited his bowling for years to come. He did not play any first-class cricket in the 2017-18 season and spent the winter of 2018 here cricket australia(governing body for sports in the country) national performance center in Brisbane.
  5. He scored his maiden first-class century during 2019-20 Sheffield Shield weather. In that match, he scored an unbeaten 87 and an unbeaten 121, helping his team achieve a highly unexpected draw against Queensland. He scored 2 more centuries that summer before recording a career-best score of 197 against New South Wales.
  6. He made his Test debut against India in December 2020. Although he was on the selectors’ radar for a few months, his inclusion in the national Test team’s playing XI gained momentum after scoring a century for Australia A in a warm-up match against the touring Indian team just before the Test series. was. ,
  7. In March 2021, he scored his maiden double century (251 runs) in first-class cricket in a game against Queensland during 2020-21. Sheffield Shield weather.

Featured image by Cameron Green / Instagram

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