T20 Big Bash League - KFC

Nathan Coulter-Nile - Coults, NCN, Wild Man

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  • Date of Birth11/10/1987
  • Lives inPerth
  • PositionAll-rounder
  • Weight90kg
  • Height191cm
  • Bat UsedAdidas
  • Bowling StyleRight-arm fast
  • Batting StyleRight-hand bat
  • Favourite Shot/BallA bumper
  • StatusFit
The West Australian right-arm paceman has spent his life pushing for cricketing greatness, having represented his state at Under-17 and Under-19 level and his country in three one-day internationals in the latter age group. Coulter-Nile pounced on an opportunity with his state side, the Warriors, after being upgraded from a rookie contract and has not looked back, having taken 87 wickets from his 23 first-class matches. Coulter-Nile was deadly with the ball in the inaugural KFC T20 Big Bash League for Perth Scorchers, finishing third in the team’s wicket-takers with 10 for the season, despite missing the opening two games with injury. The 25-year-old began to emerge as a genuine all-rounder a year later and was named man of the match for a 23 not out from just six balls in a crucial win over Brisbane Heat, leading to his national selection in Australia’s T20 clash against the West Indies and his later inclusion in the 2013 Champions Trophy squad. Coulter-Nile’s rising form had the Mumbai Indians and Rajasthan Royals baulk at his reserve price of US$100k for the 2013 Indian Premier League, engaging in a bidding war that resulted in his final price-tag of US$450k. Nathan proved to be one of the exciting players in BBL|01. He is a man capable of bowling upwards of 140km/hr and is one of the best fielders in the world. Justin Langer

Batting

Matches Runs Average Balls Faced Strike Rate 50/100 High Score
BBL|01723233467.650/011
BBL|02106112.236169.440/023
BBL|035522639133.330/042

Bowling

Matches Balls Wickets Ave Strike Rate Runs per over Best Bowling
BBL|0171441017.414.47.253/9
BBL|02102071027.620.783/13
BBL|035100815.7512.57.563/15

Fielding

Catches Stumpings Run Outs
BBL|01004
BBL|02400

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