Greg Blewett is the holder of a number of intercol cricket records, including the youngest batsman from either school to make a century and the only player to score centuries in three consecutive intercols. When captaining the side in 1988, his knock of 195 (including 22 fours and one six) saved Princes from what was a sure defeat.
The test match against England at the Adelaide Oval in 1994-1995 was the scene of Greg's Australian debut. In this test and the following one he made centuries, joining Ponsford and Walters as the only Australians to have done so in their first two tests. Greg played in 46 tests. He made 4 centuries and 15 half-centuries, his highest score was 214, and he averaged 34.02. He also represented Australia in 32 one-day internationals, his highest score being 57 and his average 20.40. Greg is also considered an excellent fieldsman and useful medium pace bowler.
Greg Blewett has played 207 first class matches, amassing 15 878 runs at an average of 46.02, including 42 centuries and 78 half-centuries. He has played for South Australia, Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire.