Personal Information

Full NameTimothy Grant Southee
BornDecember 11, 1988 Whangarei, Northland
Age34 Years, 9 Months, 19 Days
National SideNew Zealand
Batting StyleRight Handed
BowlingRight-arm medium fast



Man of the Match

TestODIT20World CupCL

Career Information

Teams PlayedNew Zealand, Essex, Northern Districts, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Kolkata Knight Riders, Chennai Super Kings, Rajasthan Royals, Mumbai Indians, Middlesex, New Zealand Under-19, Basnahira Cricket Dundee, New Zealanders, Vancouver Knights
Career Span

Timothy Grant Southee Overall Stats

Batting & Fielding Performance

9313411197677* v ENG061978316.0683.16710184
154933572055 v IND01562612.4196.38430158
World Cup
18724412* v BAN00228.8080.003021
107421826139 v ENG00181610.87139.57530114
7304021 v HUR004213.33166.663010
5220712036* v CSK00849.23112.1523043
8332113* v WH0012-233.333000

Bowling Performance

1763559.2813106533667/64 v IND281529.102.9958.3493
1521291.58070272107/33 v ENG26333.465.4336.90152
World Cup
18162.216854347/33 v ENG5125.115.2628.6418
105389.1331791345/18 v PAK13123.728.1617.42105
723.4018783/22 v LIO2023.377.9017.757
5219521663453/20 v RCB4036.958.5226.0052
8250233103/20 v MT1023.309.3215.008

Timothy Grant Southee Profile

With all kinds of swing in his repertoire, Tim Southee has shown significant promise since his breakthrough into the national frame of New Zealand and has already taken over the mantle of New Zealand's premier bowler at a very young age.

The speedster first grabbed eyeballs in the 2007-08 season when he picked up 33 first-class wickets at an average of below 24. His performances saw him become one of the youngest Kiwi players to debut internationally at 19. Southee's exploits in the 2008 Under-19 WC assured his inclusion in New Zealand's Test side. Entering the big stage, the teenager showed very few nerves as he ripped through England's top order in the first innings on debut, grabbing a five-wicket haul and also proved his value with the bat, smashing 77 off just 40 balls in the second innings. In the same year, he also made his ODI debut scalping, 16 wickets in his initial six games.

In 2012, Southee came up with a stunning performance in a Test in Bangalore where he won himself figures of 7/64 in India's first innings, making the new and the old ball swing at will. A wonderful bowler to have at the death with his pinpoint yorkers, Southee is still in the process of mastering the tricks of the trade. However, given his abundant talent, one can be rest assured that in Tim Southee, the world can watch out for a fast-bowling icon in the making.

2013 was a pretty consistent year for Southee, both in ODIs as well as Test matches. He will be part of the Indian T20 League and will don the Rajasthan jersey. It will be interesting to see how well does he handle the pressure of the T20 game, as he will go in the league with a high reputation.