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Nathan Rimmington

Bowler

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Bowler

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AGE
34
HEIGHT
183CM
BORN

Redcliffe

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

WA

WA
LOCAL CLUB

Bayswater-Morley

Bio

A veteran fast bowler whose career started at Queensland before moving to Western Australia, Nathan Rimmington has shown his best form in Twenty20 cricket.

He was the equal-leading wicket-taker in the 2006-07 Big Bash, including a hat-trick, and returned from injury in 2008-09 to take 4-40 in the Ford Ranger Cup final as Queensland won the title.

He also took a hat-trick for the Bulls in one-day cricket before he moved to WA in 2011.

He has represented Perth Scorchers and Melbourne Renegades in the Big Bash League, played for Kings XI Punjab in the Indian Premier League and spent time with Hampshire in 2014.

With a trademark beard and deadly yorker, Rimmington has enjoyed a cult following during his three-year deal at the Renegades. 


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16 runs, four wides, three wickets, two sixes, a golden duck and a diamond duck - and there was a still another legal delivery to be bowled!


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Renegades win despite final-ball wide

Nathan Rimmington delivered his fourth wide of the over on the last ball of the game but a catastrophic mix-up between the Heat's last-wicket pair kept the 'Gades BBL|06 hopes alive


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Renegade struck after appeal goes begging

Nathan Rimmington not only had his passionate appeal for Shaun Marsh's wicket turned down but he was then struck by friendly fire


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