Adam Morehouse is a Cricket Statistician located in Canberra, ACT. He has been a cricket statistician for over 20 years and is currently the Statistician for Cricket New South Wales, Cricket ACT, Sydney Cricket Association (which covers both the NSW Premier Men’s and Women’s Competitions), the Australian Country Cricket Championships and also the Weston Creek Molonglo Cricket Club.

His cricket databases number well over 70,000 matches and include all International matches, and nearly all overseas First-Class, List A and Twenty20 matches played except for the England which is complete back to 1979.

He publishes Cricket Statistic publications at the start and end of each Grade Cricket Season and also published the book From Country to Comets in 1998. He has also acted as an International and First-Class scorer both in New South Wales and the ACT as well as a contributor to Wisden Australia, ABC Radio/TV and Foxtel. His successful Twitter handle has well over 1200 followers currently.

3 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hi Adam
    Love your work!
    Wondering if you have or can provide stats for SACA Premier Grade 20/20 over the last decade?
    Any wicket- keeping/ fielding stats? I understand this is a big ask!
    Keep it up. Happy New Year!
    Garry Davis


  2. My name is Janine McGeechan and I am William Ronald Irlam’s daughter. He is now living with me in Canberra. His details are DOB 23 Jan 1935, his place of birth was Canterbury Hospital Sydney. His bowling style was opening bowler “fast”. He batted No 6 and he played for the following clubs: Turner and Manuka/Yarralumla.


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