Emerging as a promising young spinner, Tom Andrews made his mark during the 2015 Matador Cup when he delivered an impressive performance by taking a four-wicket haul against the Cricket Australia XI. His skills were soon recognized, leading to his first-class debut in the latter part of the 2015-16 Sheffield Shield season, where he made an impactful start with four wickets against Queensland.
Andrews’ journey began earlier when he represented Northern Territory at the Under-17 and Under-19 National Championships. His debut in the Futures League came in 2012, representing South Australia, indicating his talent and potential. Notably, at the age of 16, he received an invitation to the Centre of Excellence in Brisbane, underlining his dedication and aptitude for the game.
In recent times, Andrews has established himself as a regular member of the Redbacks’ one-day side, showcasing his development and commitment to the sport.