Darren Lehmann

Superbly talented cricketer turned Australian coach.


Former Australian Cricketer Darren Lehmann has long been a crowd favourite since he first appeared on the national scene as a 17 year old. With his own unique approach to sport, both on and off the field, Darren has carved out a very long and very successful career which continues to this day.

Current work

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Previous experience

Cricket: A full time batter and part time bowler, Darren spent the majority of his cricket career representing South Australia in Domestic Cricket, and Yorkshire in the England Championships. From 1996-2005 he represented Australia, where highlights include 5 Test Match Centuries and 4 One Day International Centuries, amongst Ashes and Cricket World Cup victories.

Coach: Darren has had a successful post playing career as a coach in the Indian Premier League, Australian Domestic Cricket, and the Big Bash League. Most recently he was coach of the Australian National Cricket Team. After four and a half years at the helm, Darren resigned in March 2018 and has since taken on a role with the Cricket Australia National Performance Squad.

Speaker: Darren continues to be a sought after and well revered speaker, with Cricket, Teamwork and Leadership amongst his key Presentation Topics.

Playing Career Highlights include:
• 27 International Test matches
• 117 International One Day matches
• 284 First Class matches
• 367 List A Cricket matches
• Sheffield Shield Championship in 1995/96 with South Australia
• England County Championship in 2001 with Yorkshire
• Holds the record for the most runs in the history of the Sheffield Shield/Pura Cup, with 12,971

Coaching Career Highlights include:
• Indian Premier League Championship in 2009 with the Deccan Chargers
• Sheffield Shield Championship in 2011/12 with Queensland Bulls
• Ryobi Cup Championship in 2012/13 with Queensland Bulls
• Big Bash League Championship in 2013 with the Brisbane Heat
• Australian National Team from 2013-2018