Jake Fraser McGurk began playing cricket at the age of four, showcasing his talent from a very young age.

Hailing from a family of athletes, Jake's passion for sports runs in his blood, with several relatives excelling in various sports.

In his debut match for Victoria in the Sheffield Shield, Jake became the youngest player in over 70 years to score a half-century.

Jake's exceptional skills and dedication earned him the title of a cricket prodigy, drawing comparisons to legendary players.

Jake rose to prominence in the 2020 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup, where he showcased his talent on the global stage.

His performances in the U19 World Cup caught the eye of cricketing experts worldwide, who praised his technique and composure.

Jake made history by becoming the youngest player to captain a Victorian side in a first-grade match.

With a bright future ahead, Jake aims to continue his cricketing journey and represent Australia at the highest level.