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Nathan Reardon

Batter

Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Medium

Did you know?

A T20 journeyman, Reardon has played with three KFC T20 Big Bash League clubs: Melbourne Renegades, Adelaide Strikers and Brisbane Heat.

Batter

Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Medium

AGE
31
HEIGHT
173CM
BORN

Chinchilla

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

QLD

QLD
LOCAL CLUB

University of Queensland

Bio

A left-handed batsman who is well suited to limited overs cricket, the highlight of Nathan Reardon’s first-class career came when he hit seven sixes in his 147 against West Indies at Allan Border Field in 2009. 

His big hitting has always been his strongest asset, and was highlighted by his tournament topping 12 sixes for Queensland in the 2008/09 Big Bash. 

To prove it wasn’t a fluke, he cleared the fence a further ten times in 2012-13 for his new franchise, Adelaide Strikers.

 Reardon’s best season for the Bulls came in 2011-12, when he hit 403 runs at 57.57 in the Ryobi Cup, including a hundred against Western Australia and four half-centuries. 

Also a handy medium-pacer, Reardon works as a carpenter away from cricket.

Reardon shakes off head knock

Heat batsman Nathan Reardon copped a nasty blow below his helmet but was fortunately able to shrug it off and continue batting against the Thunder


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Extended highlights: Bulls outclass CA XI

A century to Nathan Reardon and four wickets to Mark Steketee did the business for Queensland against a Hilton Cartwright-inspired CA XI at Drummoyne Oval (restrictions apply)


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Reardon ton lifts Queensland

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