Date of birth: 4 May 1983, New South Wales, Australia
Nottinghamshire First-Class Debut: 22 May 2016 v Hampshire (Southampton)
2017 Blast-winning captain Dan Christian has earned a place in Outlaws folklore after five years with Notts, four of them as T20 skipper.
The all-rounder scored 356 runs at an average of 35.60 and with a strike rate of 153.44 in that title-winning campaign, as well as taking 11 wickets at 23.54, with an economy rate of 9.65.
His form since then has been no less impressive, with the right-hander hitting the second-fastest century in English domestic cricket history when smashing 113* against Northants in 2018.
Born in New South Wales, he has played for his home state, South Australia and Victoria, as well as a number of different limited-overs outfits.
The globetrotting all-rounder has amassed a formidable trophy collection, winning three Big Bash titles (and being man-of-the-match in the 2019 final), the Caribbean Premier League (2017) and the Mzansi Super League (2018), in addition to two T20 titles in English cricket with Hampshire and Notts.