Kim Hughes enjoyed a distinguished career amassing 4415 test runs, 1968 ODI runs and over 16000 First Class and List A runs. In 1979 after only his 11th test, he was appointed captain of the Australian test team, becoming the first Western Australian to do so. In his career, he played for Western Australia, Natal and Australia.
The incredible 1980 Centenary Test match saw Hughes became the only player in Test history to hit a six on all five days of a match.
He captained Australia in 28 tests and 49 ODI. We are looking forward to working with Kim in the upcoming cricket camps in Western Australia.