'Shero' had his first dig with the Renegades against the Hurricanes last season and was unbeaten on 5* at the end of the innings. And that was just a warning shot - a sign of things to come.
Shero is a genuine all-rounder who can hit long and nip the ball around with his left-arm seamers. The skill of this talented all-rounder was confirmed during this year's Premier Cricket final. In that match, Shero was awarded the John Scholes Medal for player of the final after taking 3-65 and compiling a quickfire 69 to guide Richmond to its first Premier Cricket flag in 12 years.
Growing up in the coastal town of Kiama in country NSW, Sheridan enjoyed the sun, surf and sand when he wasn’t hitting the nets.
The weekend after he finished his HSC, 18-year old Sheridan made a move to the ACT, where he honed his cricket skills.
After being offered a scholarship to study at Australian National University, Sheridan was also selected for both the ACT U19 and Australian U19s teams, at which point he deferred his degree to develop his cricketing career.
The move paid off. Sheridan has gone on to represent the ACT U23s at the national Futures League Tournament and was recruited to join the Bushrangers in 2009.