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Michael Neser

Team flagAUS34 yrs
batting styleAll Rounder
#96 Bowler in Test
#88 All Rounder in Test
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Michael Neser Recent Form

Batting

HAM vs ESS, T20-Blast12 (7)
HAM vs SOM, T20-Blast19 (11)
HAM vs KT, T20-Blast1 (1) *
HAM vs SUR, T20-Blast7 (8) *
HAM vs SUR, First class3 (5)
QLD vs SACA, First class14 (32)
QLD vs TAS, First class0 (5)
QLD vs TAS, First class47 (75)
BRH vs SYS, BBL0 (1)
BRH vs ADS, BBL6 (5) *

Bowling

HAM vs SUS, T20-Blast3-32
HAM vs ESS, T20-Blast1-36
HAM vs MDX, T20-Blast2-28
HAM vs SOM, T20-Blast2-30
HAM vs GLCS, T20-Blast2-24
HAM vs KT, T20-Blast0-32
HAM vs SUR, T20-Blast2-33
HAM vs SUR, First class2-39
HAM vs SUR, First class0-16
QLD vs SACA, First class3-51

Michael Neser Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ODI441100637.932.7500----
T20I0000000.000.0000----
Test2356003577.7818.6771----
IPL1000000.000.0000----
BBL99686360164125.2014.135120----
T20-Blast145450019136.3622.5041----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ODI4436.5279.672/460073.33----
T20I0000.000.000000.00----
Test2472.5016.712/341040.14----
IPL11015.500.000/62000.00----
BBL99971118.2823.764/2512017.23----
T20-Blast1413248.0715.083/134011.21----

Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
England vs Australia at The Oval - June 13, 2018
Test Debut
Australia v England Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, 16-12-2021
IPL Debut
vs Royal Challengers Bangalore at Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, May 06, 2013
T20-Blast Debut
Glamorgan v Essex Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, 2-6-2022

Teams played for

Australia Adelaide Strikers Gold Coast Kings XI Punjab Queensland Queensland Academy of Sport

About Michael Neser

NameMichael Neser
GenderMale
Birth29 Mar 1990
Birth PlacePretoria, Gauteng, South Africa
Height6 ft 0 in
NationalityAustralian

Just like Marnus Labuschagne, Michael Neser was also born in South Africa and moved to the Gold Coast along with his family when he was 10. He was a natural talent and went on to make a name in age-group cricket in Australia. It was in the 2008-09 season that Nesser was included in the Queensland U 19 side. Nesser has always been a skiddy customer with the ball and has the ability to move the ball both ways at pace. ... continue reading

Player Bio

Just like Marnus Labuschagne, Michael Neser was also born in South Africa and moved to the Gold Coast along with his family when he was 10. He was a natural talent and went on to make a name in age-group cricket in Australia. It was in the 2008-09 season that Nesser was included in the Queensland U 19 side. Nesser has always been a skiddy customer with the ball and has the ability to move the ball both ways at pace. 

He can also tonk a few lusty blows during the death overs. Despite making his debut in the Sheffield Shield in 2010-11 and playing the Ryobi Cup, Nesser never really managed to cement his place in the side as injuries continued to stall the progress of his career. He had a good time with the ball in the 2013-14 BBL and was picked up in Australia A squad to play South Africa A in four-day matches. 

Nesser continued to impress for Queensland in the domestic circuit and was instrumental in Queensland’s triumphant campaign in the 2017-18 Shield game. Finally, his good work paid off as Nesser was included in the Australian squad for the 2018 ODI tour of England. He made his debut at the Oval and played a couple of matches in the series. 

Nesser was picked in the A squad for the tour of India in two four-day games and got an opportunity in the Australian Test squad for the tour of UAE against Pakistan. He didn’t make his debut and returned to the domestic fold again and yet again impressed with his consistency. He had a great time with the bat and made 481 runs coming at the lower middle order. He also had a great time with the ball bagging 33 wickets in the season.