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NATHAN MCCULLUM BIOGRAPHY

Posted by anccricket on October 29, 2008 at 11:06 PM

Full name Nathan Leslie McCullum

 

Born September 1, 1980, Dunedin, Otago

 

Major teams New Zealand, Lancashire, New Zealand A, Otago, Pune Warriors

 

Playing role Bowler

 

Batting style Right-hand bat

 

Bowling style Right-arm offbreak

 

Relation Father - SJ McCullum, Brother - BB McCullum


Nathan Leslie McCullum


The older brother of Brendon McCullum, Nathan McCullum is an offspinning allrounder from Otago who joined his sibling at the ICC World Twenty20 in South Africa. After missing out on the final Champions Trophy squad, McCullum was promoted to the senior ranks following a strong Emerging Players Tournament in Australia, which included a haul of 4 for 41 against the Academy. He had little to cheer about in his only World Twenty20 outing, as he was run out for 1 and was not asked to bowl. McCullum's first-class debut arrived in 1999-2000 and since then he has added six half-centuries and one five-wicket haul. In the 2006-07 State Championship he collected 240 runs at 26.66 with a high of 61 and 14 wickets at 56.42. His economy rate was a strong 3.88 per over in the one-day competition and he added nine wickets in 11 games.

Categories: CRICKETERS BIOGRAPHY, NEW ZEALAND CRICKETERS BIOGRAPHY

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