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About me

  • Cricket
  • Coach
  • Bangladesh National Cricket Team
  • Wellington Firebirds
  • South Australian Redbacks
  • Victoria Cricket Team

Jamie Siddons is an Australian cricketer who played Sheffield Shield first-class cricket for 16 years. Initially playing for Victoria, he moved to South Australia in 1991. Siddons broke David Hooke’s Shield run record of 9,364 in 1996, going on to make 10,643 runs in 146 games. Siddons stands as the third-highest run scorer in the Shield’s history behind Darren Lehmann (Helix-managed) and Jamie Cox. Siddons represented Australia in a One Day International in 1977 and was a reserve for the 1987 Cricket World Cup.

Siddons went on to enjoy an illustrious coaching career. He began coaching the Bangladesh national cricket team in 2007 before going on to coach the Wellington Firebirds in New Zealand in 2011. Siddons is currently the Head Coach for the South Australian Redbacks.

Based in

  • South Australia

Available in

  • Australia

Available for

  • Appear in our marketing campaigns
  • Attend an event
  • Present awards
  • Sign some autographs
  • Product launch
  • Q&A
  • Photos with attendees
  • Mingle & socialise
  • Run a skills clinic
  • Private coaching