Brendon McCullum


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Medium

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If he wasn’t a Black Cap, he would want to be an All Black.


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Medium




New Zealand

New Zealand



A powerful batsman and insightful captain, Brendon McCullum is a bona fide star.

McCullum caught the eye of coaches and talent scouts from a young age and played age group cricket as he developed.

His one-day international debut for the Black Caps came in 2001-02 against Australia and he now has more than 200 ODI caps and 5200 ODI runs under his belt.

McCullum comes from a family of cricketers, with older brother Nathan also playing for the Black Caps while their father Stuart played first-class cricket during the late 70s and 80s. 

Previously a wicketkeeper, McCullum has now hung up his gloves due to injury concerns.

In 92 Tests he has scored 5870 runs at 38.87 including 11 tons and 28 fifties.

Yasir nearly sconed in bizarre PSL teammate feud

Brendon McCullum was forced to diffuse a situation between Lahore Qalandars teammates following an extraordinary series of events involving Yasir Shah

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Players perplexed in bizarre end to PSL clash

Test legends Brendon McCullum and Kumar Sangakkara were left scratching their heads after a complicated no-ball call forced a Super Over in the Pakistan Super League

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Match highlights: 'Cane train steamrolls Heat

An all-round effort with the ball and another half-century to D'arcy Short and cameo from Dan Christian proved too much for the Heat down in Hobart

PSL no-ball drama leaves stars stumped

Sangakkara, McCullum left perplexed by final-ball ruling but rarely-applied playing condition confirms umpires' call was correct

Bash Brothers to go global in the CPL

Brisbane Heat drawcards to link up in the Caribbean after club purchases both batsmen at CPL draft


Debate rages over obstruction wicket

Brisbane skipper Brendon McCullum says George Bailey may regret the controversial wicket of Alex Ross in a BBL|07 thriller