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Michael Neser

Allrounder

Bats Right Hand.
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Allrounder

Bats Right Hand.
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AGE
28
HEIGHT
183CM
BORN

Pretoria, South Africa

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

QLD

QLD
LOCAL CLUB

Gold Coast

Bio

South African born Michael Neser is a strong fast bowler and a more than capable lower-order batsman. 

The right-arm quick has failed to nail down a permanent position in Queensland’s Shield and one-day sides due to injury. 

Having impressed for Brisbane Heat and then Adelaide Strikers with both bat and ball in the Big Bash League, Neser earned a shock contract with Kings XI Punjab in the Indian Premier League and was also selected for Australia A for their winter series in 2014.

The allrounder is well known to BBLfans, having played a key role for the Strikers in recent years and claiming the team’s Most Valuable Player award in BBL|03.

Neser posts quick-fire fifty for Queensland

Queensland allrounder Michael Neser struck a counter-attacking 58 off 77 balls on day four the JLT Sheffield Shield final in Brisbane


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Day four highlights: Bulls complete epic comeback

Watch Queensland pull off a remarkable come-from-behind win over NSW, taking ten wickets on the final day to score an outright win by 36 runs


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Neser cracks important half-century for Bulls

Queensland No.8 Michael Neser struck a patient 55, including seven fours, on day one of the Bulls' JLT Sheffield Shield clash with NSW in Wollongong


Neser, Tremain, Bailey take home top gongs

Half the state associations announce their major award winners from the 2017-18 domestic summer


Neser chases historic double in Shield final

Queensland's under-rated fast-bowling allrounder could join an exclusive club of two with a win over Tasmania


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Neser swings from Adelaide hero to villain

A star in the Adelaide Strikers run to their maiden BBL title, locals were less impressed by Michael Neser's exploits in Queensland whites