Nathan McCullum: News

Nathan McCullum is a former international cricket player from New Zealand. He has represented the New Zealand cricket team in Twenty20 Internationals and ODIs. McCullum was born on September 1, 1980, in Otago. His father Stuart McCullum also played cricket. The right-handed batsman has also represented New Zealand in six T20 World Cup tournaments between 2007 and 2016. McCullum has played 84 ODI matches and 63 T20Is in his cricket career. Before shifting his focus to his cricket, McCullum was also a football player. He was well known as a prolific striker. He won his club Caversham AFC golden boot award in 1999 where he scored 19 goals in the Football South Premier League. In the 1999-2000 season, he made his first-class debut for Otago. He played his first A-List match in the 2000-01 season. McCullam has never played Test cricket but he was a regular member in the shorter game formats. He was part of the New Zealand cricket team that reached the 2011 World Cup semi-finals. He bid farewell to international cricket in 2016 and his last international match came against Bangladesh in the T20 World Cup 2016.

01 Dec 2018

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New Zealand cricketer Nathan McCullum rubbishes rumors of his death

A report had been doing rounds on Facebook claiming that former New Zealand cricketer Nathan McCullum had passed away and that the news was announced by his wife herself.

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