His batting style is right-handed, and his bowling style is low left-arm orthodox.
Fuzes played for Team Australia in the 1997 Maccabiah Games in Israel.
In October 2005 Fuzes hit a century for Optimists against Millenium in the 2005 Cathay Pacific/Standard Chartered Hong Kong International Cricket Sixes tournament, sanctioned by the International Cricket Council. In November 2005 he hit a century in the Sunday League as Optimists defeated Templars. In 2005 he was the top run-getter for Optimists.
In September 2006 as Optimists skipper he hit a century against Scorpions in the opening round of the 2006-07 Hong Kong Cricket Association Sunday League. In October 2006 Hong Kong named Fuzes to its squad for the Hong Kong Sixes tournament at Kowloon Cricket Club, where he played in November.
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Category:1976 births Category:Australian cricketers Category:Hong Kong cricketers Category:Sportspeople from Sydney Category:Competitors at the 1997 Maccabiah Games Category:Maccabiah Games competitors for Australia Category:Maccabiah Games cricketers
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