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Phil Carlson was born on 8 August, 1951 in Australian, is an Australian cricketer.

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Born8 August 1951
Birthday8 August

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In April 1978 he and Ian Brayshaw represented Australia at the international indoor double wicket competition in England.

Some strong performances at the beginning of the 1978–79 season saw Carlson picked in Australia’s side for the first test. He was made 12th man for that and the second test. He was dropped for the third test in favour of Alan Border, although was kept on to play a one-day international.

For Queensland, he took five wickets in a first class game five times, with one ten wicket call. He also took a five wicket haul in a one-day game. He is the only Queenslander to score a century and take ten wickets in a match. This feat was achieved against New South Wales in 1978–79, the season where Carlson hit his peak, scoring 545 runs and taking 31 wickets.


In 1977/78 Carlson scored 103 against South Australia. He later made 107 against Western Australia.


In 1973 he played a season of cricket in the Lancashire League for Bacup. He scored 686 runs and took 64 wickets.


Carlson made his first class debut for Queensland when he was only 18, as a batsman. He scored 85 in his second game and began bowling as a back up bowler. He scored his first century in 1971–72 – the same season saw him pick up his first five wicket haul.


Carlson was an all-rounder who played for Queensland between 1969–70 and 1980–81. He played two Test matches for Australia v England in 1978–79 Ashes series and four One Day Internationals against the same opponents. He was called up by Australia when most of their regular first-choice players were playing in World Series Cricket.


Phillip Henry Carlson (born 8 August 1951, Nundah, Queensland) is a former Australian cricketer who played in two Tests and four One Day Internationals (ODIs) in 1979.