Stuart Clark is a former Australian cricketer who burst onto the international scene in 2006, taking 9 wickets in his first test against South Africa, and going on to take 20 wickets for the series, earning him man of the series honours.
The medium-fast bowler played 24 tests for his country, taking a total of 94 wickets at an average of 23.86. His one day career saw him take 53 wickets in his 39 games, which earned him a place in the Australian squad which took home the World Cup in 2007. Following his international retirement, Clark has embraced various off-field roles in the sport, including his current position as general manager of the Sydney Sixers T20 side, who recently won the Champions League Twenty20 tournament in South Africa.
Stuart is looking forward to sharing his understanding of the game at the New South Wales Cricket Camp in December.