International & First Class Representatives
Nine Australian Test players have appeared for UCC at some stage of their careers:
John Rutherford, Laurie Mayne, John Inverarity, Tony Mann, Rod Marsh, Wally Edwards, Graeme Wood, Chris Rogers and Ashton Agar. Ken MacLeay has been an Australian one-day representative, while Jock Irvine was in an Australian touring team to South Africa.
The first English professional to play for UCC was Chris Tavare in 1977-78, and a series of overseas players have represented the club since then (although not in every season). They have included several who have played Test cricket for England, including Tavare, Mark Ramprakash, Mark Ealham, Ed Smith, Owais Shah, Ian Bell and Nick Compton.
The club has had many players play First Class Cricket, with Ash Agar, Corey Rocchiccioli and Charlie Stobo regularly representing WA.
The below is a table of all Players to have played First Class Cricket and International cricket. Their UCC debut is listed as well.