Nathan McCullum

Nathan McCullum

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Nathan Leslie McCullum (born 1 September 1980 in Dunedin) is a New Zealand international cricketer. He is also a member of the Otago Volts, competing in the State Championship, State Shield and State Twenty20 competitions. He has also represented New Zealand in Twenty20 Internationals and One Day Internationals.

McCullum is a right hand lower-order batsman and right arm off-break bowler. He is the son of former Otago representative Stu McCullum and the older brother of current Otago and New Zealand international Brendon McCullum.

He made his first class debut for Otago in the 1999–2000 season. His first List A match came in the 2000–01 season and his first Twenty20 domestic match was against Canterbury at Christchurch on 13 January 2006. Later that year, McCullum was selected as part of the 30-man preliminary squad for the Champions Trophy alongside fellow Otago team-mates Warren McSkimming and Bradley Scott but ultimately missed out on the final squad. He made his Twenty20 International debut for New Zealand against South Africa on 19 September 2007 at the Twenty20 World Cup in South Africa. His highest score of 10 not out came against Australia on 15 February 2009.

He made his One Day International debut against Sri Lanka on 8 September 2009 at Colombo.


Nathan McCullum is also more than proficient as a soccer player. Prior to concentrating on his cricketing career, he played as a striker for Caversham AFC, winning the team's golden boot award in...
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