Spinning For Sixes

Dunedin-born Black Cap right-arm spinner, and “more than handy batsman,” Nathan McCullum, 31, has signed with the Sydney Sixers for the remainder of the Big Bash League as a replacement for West Indian import Dwayne Bravo. McCullum’s debut against the Adelaide Strikers saw the Sixers win with 64-runs and reclaim their third place spot in the series. McCullum, the older brother of Brisbane Heat batsman Brendon McCullum, has played 29 one-day internationals and 27 Twenty20 matches for New Zealand.


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Bazball Revolution Could Change Test Cricket

Bazball Revolution Could Change Test Cricket

The England cricket team’s recent “fast and fearless”, and “wonderful”, approach to the game has been dubbed “Bazball”, after a nickname for England’s new coach, New Zealander Brendon McCullum who was…