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About Callum Ferguson

Callum James Ferguson (born 21 November 1984 in North Adelaide, South Australia) is an Australian middle-order cricket batsman who currently plays Australian Domestic cricket for South Australia. He represented Australia at Under 19 level and debuted for the Australia one-day side in 2009. He made his first half century for Australia on 13 February 2009. His injury in the 2009 ICC Champions Trophy finals match against final New Zealand has made him ruled out of the Australian summer.

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