Following an eventful 2006-07 during which he made his Twenty20 international debut, and a quieter and less productive summer in 2007-08, Shane Harwood was back to strong form in 2008-09. He managed only five Sheffield Shield games for 13 wickets - and he played in Victoria's successful final - but he was the leading wicket taker in the FR Cup with 24 at 16.25 and again was a dangerous Twenty20 bowler. That form earned him a surprise limited-overs call-up for Australia in South Africa, where he added two Twenty20s to his resume and at 35 became Australia's third oldest ODI debutant, behind Bob Simpson and Bob Holland. Then followed his IPL debut for the Rajasthan Royals, where he took a wicket with his first ball in the competition and played three matches. It was a happy turnaround from 2007-08, when a serious shoulder injury threatened to derail his domestic campaign before it had started, and a groin problem later in the season continued his awful run with injuries. Find Shane Harwood profile and stats of batting, bowling and fielding including latest updated news of Shane Harwood, videos and images at Hamariweb.com. Also find detail Player profile and career statistics of Shane Harwood of Australia.