Ben Robert Dunk is a 34-year-old well-known Australian all-rounder cricketer, known for specialist batsman.

Born on 11 March 1987, in Queensland, Australia, and people know him for being captain of the Bulls in the Ryobi Cup.

He plays for the Lahore Qalandars, Melbourne Stars and Queensland, and Tasmania.  

Plays as a left-handed batsman, also play as a wicket-keeper, and is capable of bowling right-arm off-spin.

In his teens his family moved to north Queensland, Tasmania in 2012, and they have a banana farm.

He studied business with a major in management from a college in Australia.

On 5 November 2014, he made his debut for Australia against South Africa.

Early Career

Ben Dunk moved to Brisbane to broaden his cricket opportunities.

He was in a specialist cricket program at Mitchelton State High School.

After winning the scholarship he went to Brisbane Grammar School.

In his early days he played for the Northern Suburbs District Cricket Club in Queensland’s grade cricket competition.

Ben represented the Queensland in youth team. In the 2005 World Youth Cup, he was in the Australian squad.

Domestic Career and leagues

Ben Dunk made his debut for Queensland in 2009 after being selected in the Twenty20 team. 

In 2009-10 he played 9 games; by innings of 70 not out off 40 balls.

He made his Sheffield Shield debut in 2010 playing as a batsman for Queensland.  

In 2012 he went to Tasmanian Tigers. He scored 229 against Queensland in 2014 in the domestic one-day competition.

Surpassing David Warner’s record and became the first one-day double century in Australian domestic cricket.

Ben Dunk is one of the top run-scorer in a Big Bash League season twice and played for four franchises.

In Pakistan Super League (PSL) he is in both Karachi Kings and Lahore Qalanders.

He is appearing as a wicketkeeper in the 2020 PSL from the Lahore Qalanders.

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