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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