Justin Langer and his journey in cricket

Aaron Bunch



* Left-handed opening batsman

* Played 105 Tests and scored more than 7696 runs, including 23 centuries, at an average of 45.27

* Made Test debut v West Indies at Adelaide Oval, January 1993, scoring 20 and 54

* Final Test v England at Sydney Cricket Ground, January 2007, scoring 26 and 20 not out

* Highest Test score, 250 v England at Melbourne Cricket Ground, December 2002

* Represented in eight ODIs

* Played 360 first-class matches and scored 28,382 first-class runs - the most by an Australian batsman - at an average of 50.23 runs, including 86 centuries


* Head coach of Western Australia and the Perth Scorchers since November 2012

* Coached the Scorchers to three Big Bash League championships in 2013-14, 2014-15 and 2016-17

* Coached the Western Warriors to two domestic one-day cup titles in 2014-15 and 2017-18

* Australia's head coach on an interim basis for an ODI tri-series in the West Indies in 2016 and in a T20 series against Sri Lanka in 2017

* Assistant coach to the Australian men's team for three years from November 2009

* Replaces Darren Lehmann as Australian men's cricket coachfor all formats from May 22