August 16, 1989 (34 years)
A hard-hitting batsman and a pretty effective medium-pace bowler, Marcus Stoinis first came into the limelight in the Under-19 2008 World Cup. He played just three games and scored four runs and did not bowl a single ball. However, a year later, Stoinis made his first-class and List A debut for Western Australia. He couldn’t really go on and cement his place in the Western Australian sides. Thus, that prompted him to shift his base to Victoria.