Anthony Stuart (cricketer)
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|Born||2 January 1970 (age 50)|
Newcastle, New South Wales
|ODI debut (cap 131)||5 January 1997 v West Indies|
|Last ODI||16 January 1997 v Pakistan|
|Domestic team information|
|1994/95-1998/99||New South Wales|
Source: Cricinfo, 8 June 2007
After returning to State cricket, a drop in form saw him leave the New South Wales state squad, moving to the Canberra Comets. A lacklustre 1999–2000 season there coincided with the Comets being dropped from the Mercantile Mutual Cup, after which he returned to grade cricket in Sydney.
He is the former coach of the Wellington Firebirds, a New Zealand provincial team. He is also a former coach of the NSW cricket team in Australia. Stuart is currently the Coaching Development Manager for AFL NSW/ACT.
Stuart played in three One Day Internationals in the 1996–97 Carlton & United One Day triangular series between Australia, Pakistan, and the West Indies.Stuart took eight wickets at an average of 13.62, which included a 5–26 against Pakistan in his third and last ODI in January 1997. This match also resulted in Stuart recording a hat-trick.
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