Watch: George Bailey bowls some medium fast deliveries in his last FC game
Australian right-handed batsman George Bailey got out in his final first-class game after leaving the ball without offering any shot on it and also he bowled some medium pace deliveries at the end.
Former Australian captain George Bailey is now recruited as an important member in the Cricket Australia’s selection committee. After getting an important position in the board, George Bailey bid farewell to the first-class games.
The right-handed batsman played his last first-class game against South Australia. In his last game George Bailey ended up in the losing side as South Australia sneezed an easy win.
George Bailey had an unfortunate way to lose his wicket for one last time in his first-class career. It was Wes Agar the bowler and he bowled an inswinger into the batsman. Bailey offered a leave to the ball and that touched the top of thr bails and ended Bailey’s stay in the crease.
During the end of match, the former Australian captain took ball in his hand and got him self into bowling with some medium pace when the oppositions needed only 6 runs to win the match.
Wes Agar has just assured he will never get picked for Australia EVER! 😜😜😜
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) December 9, 2019
What a way to finish a 15-year first-class career!
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) December 10, 2019