Despite two ODI hundreds and an average of 35, his international career has stalled again. He hasn't played a one-dayer for two years, and his career has now become much more Twenty20 orientated. Representing Australia in that format as recently as the last World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka, he also traverses the world for franchises including the Melbourne Stars, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Deccan Chargers and SunRisers Hyderabad, as well as Northants Steelbacks in this year's Friends Life Twenty20.
Cameron White regularly butchers the white ball. I think he could convert to the longer game too.
However, with seventeen first-class tons, an average of 40, and almost a decade of leadership experience, a stronger case can be made for him than many of the others who have been given goes in the Test team. His big frame sometimes makes his batting look quite ungainly, but despite this, he still hits cleanly and blocks solidly. In addition, he can work the ball into gaps, and he can go on to make big scores, like his first-class best, an unbeaten 260. As a very multi-dimensional cricketer with his leggies and superb fielding, the man known as Bear can consider himself most unfortunate if his international career is over already.