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Date of Birth September 23, 1956
Age 65 years, 8 months, 15 days
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Country Australia
Profession Cricketer
Horoscope Virgo

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Tom Hogan net worth, birthday, age, height, weight, wiki, fact 2020-21! In this article, we will discover how old is Tom Hogan? Who is Tom Hogan dating now & how much money does Tom Hogan have?

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Tom Hogan Biography

Tom Hogan is a famous Cricketer, who was born on September 23, 1956 in Australia. According to Astrologers, Tom Hogan's zodiac sign is Virgo.

Tom George Hogan (born 23 September 1956) is a former Australian cricketer.

Hogan made his debut for Western Australia in 1981–82. He scored 70 in a game against Victoria and 49 against WA. He took 20 wickets at 36.75 for the summer.

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Hogan had a strong 1982–83 summer. He scored 72 against NSW and took eight wickets against Qld.

Tom Hogan Net Worth

Tom Hogan is one of the richest Cricketer & listed on most popular Cricketer. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Tom Hogan net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

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Hogan had a strong 1982–83 summer. He scored 72 against NSW and took eight wickets against Qld.

These efforts saw Hogan picked as the sole specialist spinner for the 1983 World Cup. He was picked over Bruce Yardley, who then retired from international cricket.

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Hogan was a left arm spinner who played in seven Tests and 16 One Day Internationals for Australia in 1983 and 1984.

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After being left out of the Australian team, Hogan joined the Australian rebel tours to South Africa for two seasons (1985/86 and 1986/87). He replaced Bennett, who had originally signed to go but changed his mind after his international prospects improved. He and Trevor Hohns were the two spinners. He was banned from test cricket for three years and Shield cricket for two years.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Cricketer. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Australia. Tom Hogan celebrates birthday on September 23 of every year.

Hogan was picked on the 1984 tour of West Indies. He and Greg Matthews would be the spinners; Murray Bennett, Peter Sleep and Bob Holland, who had also had strong domestic seasons, were overlooked. He also worked his way back into the one day team, taking 1–22 against Pakistan and 0–31 and 6 runs in a thrilling tie against the West Indies. He went for 0–39 in the last ODI final.

In 1987 he played in the Lancashire League for Lowerhouse.

In 1988–89 he played the first five games for WA and took 12 wickets at 30 before being dropped. He got back into the team to end the summer with 14 wickets at 36.5. He also scored his maiden first class century, 115 against Victoria. Greg Chappell and Richie Benaud both listed Hogan in their squads to tour England in 1989 but in the final event Tim May and Trevor Hohns were taken as spinners. Hogan did help WA win the Shield for a third consecutive time and he got to tour India with a WA team.

In 1989–90 Hogan took 18 wickets at 35.6 with a best of 5–60. His last first class game was in 1990–91.

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