Jason Edward Riche Gallian is a former English Test cricketer. A right-handed opening batter, he originally hails from Australia and captained their Under-19 side for two Under-19 Tests in 1989 and 1990. He played three Test matches for England, with a highest score of 28 runs. Gallian was a county professional for fifteen years, playing for Lancashire, Nottinghamshire including a period as captain, and Essex before retiring in 2009. Gallian scored 171 on his Championship debut for Essex.
|Full name||Jason Edward Riche Gallian|
|Born||25 June 1971|
Manly, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
|Test debut (cap 573)||6 July 1995 v West Indies|
|Last Test||30 December 1995 v South Africa|
|Domestic team information|
Source: CricketArchive, 30 October 2009
Test cricketer who is best known for his time with the Essex county. For the English national team, he played in three Test matches.
He was born in Sydney, Australia.
Prior to beginning his work, he majored in Social Studies at Oxford's Keble College.
Unfortunately, he became the first player to be dismissed twice for 199 in first-class cricket.
He once also played for Oxford University's Cricket team, which is the same university where actress Maggie Smith studied.
Jason Gallian's house and car and luxury brand in 2021 is being updated as soon as possible by in4fp.com, You can also click edit to let us know about this information.
● Jason Gallian was born on June 25, 1971 (age 51) in Sydney, Australia ● He is a celebrity cricketer ● He attended Keble College
Reference: Wikipedia, FaceBook, Youtube, Twitter, Spotify, Instagram, Tiktok, IMDb. Last update: 01-13-2022