Full Name: Darren Scott Lehmann
Born: February 5, 1970, Gawler, South Australia
Other Teams: Australia
Batting Style: Left Hand Bat
Bowling Style: Slow Left Arm Orthodox
The Australian joined Yorkshire in 1997 and has been a popular choice as overseas player, prompting him to return in 2006 after a season away. Helped Yorkshire win the County Championship in 2001 and captained the side the following year but could not prevent relegation from the top flight. Primarily regarded as a one-day specialist by his country, with 117 caps to his name, and arguably the highlight of his career came in 1999 when he hit the winning runs in the World Cup final at Lord’s. Helped Australia retain the trophy in South Africa four years later. Also made 27 Test appearances...