Nathan McCullum Full Biography, Former New Zealand Cricketer, Records, Height, Weight, Age, Wife, Family, & More

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Nathan McCullum Full Biography

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Nathan Leslie McCullum is a former New Zealand cricketer, who played limited over internationals cricket for team New Zealand. Brother of former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum. He was born on 1st September 1990 in Dunedin, Otago. A right-arm off-break bowler, who can also bat down the order. Nathan made his international debut in a T20 match against South Africa in September 2007. In IPL, he played for Pune Warriors India and Sunrisers Hyderabad.

Nathan McCullum announced his retirement from international cricket in 2016 after the T20 World Cup.

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Nathan McCullum New Zealand Cricketer – Basic Information 

  • Full Name: Nathan Leslie McCullum
  • Nickname: Nathan
  • Role: Bowling Allrounder
  • Batting Style: Right-hand bat
  • Bowling Style: Right-arm off-break

Nathan McCullum Physical Appearance
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  • Height (approx.): 5’7″
  • Weight (approx.): 80kg
  • Eye Colour: Brown
  • Hair Colour: Black

Personal Life Of Nathan McCullum

  • Date of Birth: 01 September 1980
  • Age: 34 (as of 2020)
  • Birth Place: Dunedin, Otago
  • Zodiac sign: Virgo
  • Nationality: New Zealander
  • School: King’s High School
  • College: NA
  • Educational Qualifications: NA

Nathan McCullum Family & Religion

  • Father: Stuart McCullum
  • Mother: NA
  • Brother: Brendon McCullum
  • Sister: NA
  • Coach/Mentor: NA
  • Religion: Christianity
  • Address: Auckland, New Zealand

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 Cricket Career Of Nathan McCullum

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Internation Debuts

  • Test: NA
  • ODI:  8 September 2009 v Sri Lanka
  • T20: 19 September 2007 v South Africa
  • Jersey Number: #15 New Zealand
  • Domestic/State Teams: New Zealand, Lancashire, New Zealand A, Otago, Pune Warriors, Quetta Gladiators, St Lucia Zouks, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Sydney Sixers
  • Nature on the field: Aggressive

Batting Career 

MInnNORunsHSAvgBFSR100200504s6s
ODI84621110766521.1122088.20047033
T20I6341152993611.5297100.67000198
IPL221261526.022118.1800001

Bowling Career 

MInnBRunsWktsBBIBBMEconAvgSR5W10W
ODI848135362956633/243/245.0246.9256.1300
T20I635911231278584/164/166.8322.0319.3600
IPL22303400/120/126.80.00.000

 

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Nathan McCullum Preferences & Hobbies

  • Hobbies: Playing Football and Travelling
  • Favorite Cricketer: NA
  • Most Favorite Sportspersons: NA
  • Favorite Food: NA
  • Favorite Actor: NA

Highlighted Records of Nathan McCullum

  • Nathan McCullum has played 84 ODI and 63 T20 matches in his international cricket career.
  • His career-best bowling figures of 4-16 came in a T20 match against Pakistan.

Relationship Status Nathan McCullum

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  • Marital Status: Married
  • Wife: Vanessa McCullum
  • Marriage Date: NA
  • Affairs/Girlfriend: NA
  • Children: 3

Awards and Recognitions

  • In an ODI match against Sri Lanka in 2013, New Zealand required 21 runs in the final over. Nathan McCullum hit 22 runs and won the match for New Zealand.
  • He was awarded player of the match 4 times in his international career.

Controversies did by Nathan McCullum

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Lesser Known Facts

  • His father Stuart McCullum was a first-class cricketer who played for Otago.
  • His brother Brendon McCullum is a popular name in New Zealand cricket.
  • Before becoming an international cricketer, Nathan McCullum was a football player. He played as a striker for Caversham AFC.

Nathan McCullum Interview 

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