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Team flagAUS39 yrs
batting styleleft handed Batter
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Recent Form

5 (8) vs INDL, T20
17 (16) *vs ENGL, T20
3 (9) vs BANL, T20
46 (19) *vs SLL, T20
96 (53) vs SLL, T20
32 (22) vs MLS, BBL
1 (3) vs MLS, BBL
12 (9) vs PRS, BBL
25 (19) vs MLS, BBL
7 (7) vs SYS, BBL
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Career Stats

T20I
Matches2
Innings1
Runs4
100s0
50s0
HS4
SR50.00
Avg4.00
Fours0
Sixes0
Duck outs--
Rank--
Debut:Australia vs South Africa at Adelaide - November 05, 2014

Teams played for

Australia Melbourne Renegades Queensland Adelaide Strikers Hobart Hurricanes Brisbane Heat Northern Knights Australia Legends

About Nathan Reardon

NameNathan Reardon
GenderMale
Birth8 Nov 1984
Birth PlaceChinchilla, Queensland
Height5 ft 7 in
NationalityAustralian

An elegant left-handed batsman who bowls occasional right arm-medium, Nathon Reardon had all the qualities to become an explosive all-rounder, but with the presence of hugely talented players in the Aussies squad, he never made a serious impression among the selectors to become a regular in the squad.... continue reading

Player Bio

An elegant left-handed batsman who bowls occasional right arm-medium, Nathon Reardon had all the qualities to become an explosive all-rounder, but with the presence of hugely talented players in the Aussies squad, he never made a serious impression among the selectors to become a regular in the squad.

After moving to Ipswich Grammar School in 2000 to pursue a cricket career, Reardon enjoyed a highly successful and long-standing career as a professional cricketer. A domestic legend, Reardon featured in over 150 games for different franchises which included Brisbane Heat, Hobart Hurricanes, Melbourne Renegades, Adelaide Strikers, and Queensland Bulls.

He came to the spotlight when he earned his maiden callup to the Australian team in a T20I fixture against South Africa in November 2014. This was his last series as he didn’t get a chance to represent his country again. Being dropped from the squad, he continued to play in domestic T20 leagues and has played over 40 games in the Big Bash League(BBL).

Reardon announced retirement in November 2018 and has taken up cricket coaching for the Wynnum Manly cricket club and teaching cricket in private schools all across Queensland.

(As of April 2021)