Personal Information

Full Name Douglas Andrew John Bracewell
Born September 28, 1990 Tauranga, Bay of Plenty
Age 33 Years, 8 Months, 15 Days
National Side New Zealand
Batting Style Right Handed
Bowling Right-arm fast medium
Sport Cricket

Ranking

Test ODI T20
Batting - - -
Bowling - - -

Man of the Match

Test ODI T20 World Cup CL
0 1 1 - 0

Career Information

Teams Played New Zealand, Northamptonshire, New Zealand A, Delhi Capitals, New Zealand Under-19, Central Stags, New Zealand XI
Career Span

Douglas Andrew John Bracewell Overall Stats

Batting & Fielding Performance

M I N/O R HS 100s 50s 4s 6s AVG S/R CT ST Ducks R/O
Test
27 45 4 568 47 v SL 0 0 70 8 13.85 46.36 10 0 11 1
ODI
21 14 2 221 57 v IND 0 1 14 7 18.41 80.65 5 0 1 1
T20I
20 11 5 126 44 v SL 0 0 6 9 21.00 140.00 7 0 2 1
CL
3 1 0 30 30 v CSK 0 0 2 1 30.00 107.14 - - 0 0
IPL
1 1 1 12 12* v RCB 0 0 1 0 - 133.33 1 0 0 0

Bowling Performance

I O M R W Best 3s 5s AVG E/R S/R Mtc
Test
49 830.4 147 2796 72 6/40 v AUS 8 2 38.83 3.36 69.22 27
ODI
21 169.2 18 845 26 4/55 v WI 4 0 32.50 4.99 39.07 21
T20I
18 51.4 0 470 20 3/25 v ZIM 3 0 23.50 9.09 15.50 18
CL
3 10.5 0 115 4 2/28 v CSK 0 0 28.75 10.61 16.25 3
IPL
1 4 0 32 3 3/32 v RCB 1 0 10.66 8.00 8.00 1

Douglas Andrew John Bracewell Profile

Blessed with tremendous talent, Doug Bracewell's big hitting prowess coupled with the ability to swing the ball both ways make him a dangerous prospect for any opposition. A regular feature for the Central Districts since 2008, Doug Bracewell is a promising all-rounder who comes from a generation of New Zealand cricketers in his family. Son of former Test cricketer Brendon and nephew of the legendary player John, Doug was named in the Under-19 World Cup squad in 2010 along with cousin, Michael.

Aged 21, Bracewell made his international debut on the tour to Zimbabwe and impressed with his swing and pace with consistent displays. He continued the good form and went on to become just the seventh New Zealand bowler to scalp a five-for on debut in Bulawayo. His best moment was yet to come though, on the 2011 Australian tour he wreaked havoc with the ball in the fourth innings with figures of 6/40 and helped New Zealand clinch a thriller to level the two-match series. It was New Zealand's first victory in Australia after 26 years. For the first time, he was signed up in the Indian T20 League to play for Delhi in its 2012 edition.

Frequent injuries and inconsistencies meant that he has had a roller-coaster ride in the limited overs sides for New Zealand. He was a regular in the Test side but better performances from pacers like Trent Boult and Neil Wagner meant that he has had to spend time on the sidelines of late.